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UPDATE: Dodge County house destroyed in fire

Courtesy: WISN/Tom Swigert Courtesy: WISN/Tom Swigert

HUSTISFORD (WKOW) -- A Dodge County home is destroyed in a Friday morning fire.

Sheriff Todd Nehls tells us no one was at the Hustisford home at the time of the fire and there were no injuries to firefighters.

Nehls states multiple fire departments were called to Garfield Road to battle a fully engulfed house fire. 

The house is a total loss. The homeowners also lost some animals that were part of a petting zoo.

High winds caused the fire to spread and created some problems for crews battling the blaze.

Sheriff Nehls says a wood burning stove may be to blame for the fire.


HUSTISFORD (WKOW) -- A Dodge County home is destroyed in a Friday morning fire, but no one was hurt.

Multiple fire departments were called to Garfield Road in Hustisford to battle the fully engulfed house fire. WISN in Milwaukee reports a firefighter at the scene says the house is a total loss.

High winds caused some problems for crews battling the blaze.

WISN reports no one was hurt in the fire. The original report to firefighters was that someone may still be inside the home.

The Dodge County Sheriff's Department told WISN a wood-burning stove may have started the fire, but they are still investigating.

HUSTISFORD (WKOW) -- Crews are on the scene of a fully engulfed house fire in Dodge County.
The Hustisford Fire Department was called to N4810 Garfield Road before 9:00 a.m. Friday. Crews got word that one person was still inside the home.
The fire department has asked for mutual aid from several different fire departments. They have upgraded the fire to a 4th alarm.
Stay with 27 News and www.wkow.com for more on this developing story.
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