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Fire Destroys Storage Shed in Manitowoc County – WBAY

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One firefighters suffered minor burns working the fire. Investigators say lightning Tuesday morning hit the oil storage saltwater tank on Rosier Park Road off FM 770 in the Saratoga oil field. Volunteer firefighters from Saratoga and Kountze helped put out the fire.
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Lightning sparks oil storage shed fire; one firefighter suffers minor burns – KBTV-TV FOX 4 Beaumont – Top Stories

Their storage shed and contents were ruled a total loss. inside were multiple tractors and a vehicle. According to Fire Chief Don McCarthy, the cause is still under investigation. From left to right are Monticello firefighters Tommy Norton, Brian Hinrichs and Jon Snyder. (Photo by Mark Spensley)
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