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[Updated] Fire Crews Battle Wathena Blaze
09/07/2017

(MSC News)--The cause of a Wathena house fire that kept crews on the scene for much of the day Thursday remains under investigation.

According to KQ2-TV, the Kansas Fire Marshal's Office has been called in to assist with the investigation.

Wathena's Fire Department was assisted by crews from Elwood, Saint Joseph, and Rosecrans Memorial Airport.

They rushed to 507 4th Street after the fire was reported late morning Thursday, and remained on the scene for more than five hours in their battle to extinguish the blaze.

The woman who resides at the residence was not at home when the fire began.

She is receiving assistance from the Red Cross.

No injuries are reported. 

 

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