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$100,000 damage in barn fire

A generator is being blamed for a barn

fire that caused between $75,000 and

$100,000 damage to a barn in the Yorkson

neighbourhood of Willoughby at about 9

a.m. on Saturday.

The blaze, at 20708 84 Ave., was

reported to the Township fire department

at 9 a.m. and was fought by firefighters

from Willoughby and Walnut Grove halls.

Fire department spokesman Bruce Ferguson

said that the generator was being

used to supply power to the barn. There

was no sign of illegal activity, and no one

was injured, Ferguson said.

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