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Minor fire damage to Falls City building
02/11/2019

(KLZA)-- Only minor damage reported to a building in the 2900 block of Old Highway 73 in Falls City Friday afternoon shortly after 2 o'clock.

Falls City Volunteer Firefighters and and members of the Falls City Rural Fire Department responded to the call to a building owned by Stan Coupe and occupied by Chad Scholl.

A wood burning stove caught the ceiling on fire.  Only minor damage was reported.  Fire fighters were on the scene for about two hours.  

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