Rural Hull Farm Building, Implements Destroyed In Thursday Night Fire

Date posted - January 27, 2012

A farm building southeast of Hull was destroyed in a fire on Thursday night (1/26).

The call came in to the Sioux County Sioux County Communications Center about 11:20 PM.

According to a report from the Sheriff’s Office, the fire was at 3630 330th Street — three miles southeast of Hull.

The fire engulfed an outbuilding containing a tractor, skid loader, feed wagon and other items. It was considered a total loss.

The Hull Fire Chief has contacted the State Fire Marshal to help determine the cause of the fire.

Responding to the scene with the Hull Fire Department, were personnel from the Hull Ambulance Crew, and Boyden, Sioux Center and Orange City Fire Departments.

By Scott Van Aartsen News Director

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