Storage shed destroyed in farm fire

Volunteer firefighters from Bowden, Innisfail and Red Deer County respond

Firefighters from three departments responded to a farm fire near Innisfail on Thursday morning.

About 20 volunteer firefighters from Bowden, Innisfail and Red Deer County responded to the 8 a.m. blaze in a farm storage shed at a property about 10 km southeast of Innisfail.

Five members of the county’s Technical Rescue Task Force were also involved in a support role.

Red Deer County fire inspector Travis Allred said the shed, which could not be saved, contained farm implements and hay. A damage estimate is not yet available.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.



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