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Shed fire

GROVE CITY -- A shed fire north of Grove City Monday evening is estimated to have destroyed around $25,000 worth of property. The fire was repored to the Meeker County Sheriff's Office around 4:30 p.m. along the 30200 block of 525th Avenue. Accor...

GROVE CITY -- A shed fire north of Grove City Monday evening is estimated to have destroyed around $25,000 worth of property.

The fire was repored to the Meeker County Sheriff's Office around 4:30 p.m. along the 30200 block of 525th Avenue. According to reports from the sheriff's department the shed was fully engulfted in flames when deputies arrived at the scene.

The Grove City Fire Department initially responded to the blaze. Aid from the Atwater Fire Department was requested around 4:45 p.m. Grove City Rescue also assisted at the scene.

The shed and its contents were destroyed by the fire. According to reports, one three-wheeler, one four-wheeler, a '93 Chevy Blazer, a lawn mower, two old tractors and miscellaneous tools were in the shed.

Although the fire is still under investigation by the Sheriff's Department, Meeker County Sheriff Mike Hirman said there is no evidence at this point that the fire was arson related. Hirman said some electrical problems in the shed are being investigated at this point.

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