Potato Storage Shed On Fire In Fort Kent

Roof collapses at Hershey landscaping shed

Julia Bayly Firefighters from several St. John Valley departments were at the scene of a massive fire Thursday night at a potato storage shed on Pump House Road just off U.S. Route 1 east of downtown.
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Police identify man killed in Kona storage shed collapse

Hershey Nursery provides landscaping for all Hershey Entertainment and Resort properties. Officials told the television station that the shed is used for storage of salt, vehicles and chemicals, and no one was inside when the roof collapsed about 10:30 a.m.
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Firefighters from several St. John Valley departments were at the scene of a massive fire Thursday night at a potato storage shed on Pump House Road just off U.S. Route 1 east of downtown.

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Tags: fatality , kona MEDIA RELEASE A 90-year-old man died Tuesday (February 11) from injuries he sustained when a storage shed on his property collapsed on him. He was identified as Walter K. Sugi of a Honaunau address. Police determined that Sugi had crawled under the shed to retrieve an item when the building fell on him.
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