PHOTO: DAVID STOEGER/SPRING GROVE HERALD
PHOTO: DAVID STOEGER/SPRING GROVE HERALD
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The Spring Grove Fire Department was called to a fire at Tri County Veterinary Service, 504 E Main, Spring Grove, on Sunday, Aug. 3.
The Caledonia Fire Department lent mutual aid during efforts to control the blaze, which resulted in substantial damage to the interior of the building. No persons or animals were reported injured.
Dr. Jim Gray reported hearing a noise which tipped him off to the fire at around 4 p.m. The Gray’s residence is located near the structure. Multiple emergency responders were on the scene within minutes.
As this issue went to press, no information as to a possible cause had been released.
“Thank you to the Spring Grove and Caledonia Fire Departments, the Spring Grove Ambulance Crew, the Spring Grove Police Force, and the Houston County Sheriff’s Department for their quick actions when our Veterinary Clinic burned,” Jim and Karen Gray stated following the incident. “ We so appreciate their professionalism and their dedication to volunteer service for our community.”