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Trempealeau County (WQOW)- According to the Trempealeau County Sheriff's
Department, "several buildings" were lost in a fire that broke out
around 10:30 a.m. Sunday at W24141 in the Town of Trempealeau.
It's the location of Stanislowski Recycling.
The Trempealeau Fire Department requested mutual
aid, with 11 total departments from the area providing either equipment
The property's owner, Rob Stanislowski, was taken to the hospital with injuries.
Two fire fighters also suffered from smoke inhalation. One of them was taken to a La Crosse hospital for observation.
The cause of the fire has not been officially determined.
Trempealeau Co. (AP) - A recycling and auto body shop has been destroyed by fire in western Wisconsin.
The owner of Centerville Recycling near Trempealeau and two firefighters suffered smoke inhalation when the longtime family business went up in flames Sunday.
44-year-old Alvin "Rob" Stanislowski rushed into the burning building, mistakenly believing that his girlfriend's son was inside. Stanislowski's dog, Sadie, was trapped under a desk in his office and died in the fire.
Stanislowski tells the La Crosse Tribune the business has been in the family for 35 years. He estimates his loss at $500,000.
Trempealeau County (WQOW) - Two firefighters and a property owner are injured after a fire destroys a recycling business in Trempealeau County.
The Trempealeau County Sheriff's Department says the fire happened around 10:30 Sunday morning at Stanislowski Recycling. When fire crews arrived on scene, the building was fully engulfed. Mutual aid was called in from multiple fire departments.
The owner, "Rob" Stanislowski, was on site at the start of the fire, and was taken to the hospital for unknown injuries as a result of that fire.
One firefighter was treated on scene for smoke inhalation; another was taken to a LaCrosse hospital, also for smoke inhalation.
The cause of the fire is unknown, and the building is a total loss.
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