T-Square Fire Causes Minimal Damage

T-Square Leesburg Fire

The fire, which burned mostly the cellulose insulation and an exhaust fan in the top level of the building, caused minimal damage to the structure.
(Alyssa Richardson)

At approximately 5:20 p.m. Monday an employee of T-Square Construction in Leesburg, Ind., reported a fire that had begun in one of their buildings.

According to North Webster Fire Chief Jeremy Likens, the fire, which burned mostly the cellulose insulation and an exhaust fan in the top level of the building, caused minimal damage to the structure and no injuries to employees or firefighters. Likens states that the cause of the fire is still unknown.

According to Kim Komdeur of The Red Cross, the organization supplied canteen for 20 firefighters who responded to the fire.

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