Firefighters with the Ponoka County East District Fire Department were called to a barn fire Feb. 21 in the later morning. Crews were there for several hours before the fire was fully quelled. There were no injuries and rabbits in the barn were rescued. Photos submitted

Rabbits saved from barn fire in Ponoka County

The Ponoka County East District Fire Department was called to a barn fire

There were no injuries in a barn fire in Ponoka County.

The incident occurred in the late morning of Feb. 21 northeast of the Town of Ponoka. The Ponoka County East District Fire Department attended the scene and dealt with the fire for several hours before it was fully quelled.

There were rabbits in the barn at the time of the fire, however, they were rescued before the fire destroyed the building.

Officials say it’s not known at this time what the cause of the fire is. The fire is being investigated.

More to come…

 

Firefighters with the Ponoka County East District Fire Department were called to a barn fire Feb. 21 in the later morning. Crews were there for several hours before the fire was fully quelled. There were no injuries and rabbits in the barn were rescued. Photos submitted

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