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No injuries reported in pole shed fire Thursday morning in rural Kimball, Minnesota

There were no injuries in a shed fire reported Thursday in rural Kimball, Minnesota. The house on the property in Maine Prairie Township of Stearns County was not affected.

Large pole shed on fire in rural Kimball, Minnesota, on Thursday morning, Sept. 22, 2022.
A large pole shed burned Thursday morning in rural Kimball. The fire reported in the 16000 block of Caisson Road in Maine Prairie Township did not damage the house on the property and no one was injured, according to the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office.
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KIMBALL — A large pole shed burned Thursday morning on a rural Kimball property.

There were no injuries, and the house on the property was not affected, according to a news release from the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office.

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The fire was reported at 11:44 a.m. Thursday in the 16000 block of Caisson Road in Maine Prairie Township.

Two family members were present, but the property owners, Joshua and Kate Fischer, were not home when the fire started, according to the release.

Kimball Fire Department responded to the fire with mutual aid from the South Haven Fire Department, Watkins Fire Department, Rockville Fire Department and Watkins Ambulance Service.

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The cause of the fire is under investigation by the State Fire Marshal’s Office.

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