Twelve fire departments and other agencies worked for nine hours Friday night after a barn caught fire in the town of Red River.

According to a release posted by the Luxemburg Community Fire Department, firefighters were dispatched Friday evening to E2470 LeCaptain Road in the Town of Red River. Online land records identify the farm as belonging to Mark and Rachel LeCaptain. source url essay about experience at an old folks home can't afford plavix p13-11 loss contingencies entries and essays source link clep english composition with essay study guide essayer futur anterieur go here treatment for ed how to write a 5 paragraph essay comparing and contrasting researchers record the screams of the damned newspaper hindi essays on drug addiction how to write an article proposal source link essay on volunteering at a nursing home paper writing services if viagra doesn't work staxyn manufacturer coupon see url athletes with spondylolisthesis ben lippmeier thesis enter site essays on service to mankind enter site how to write an essay profile follow url cialis efectos y contraindicaciones professional resume writing service new jersey Click here for a link to more photos.

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With frequent radio updates from the dispatch center, the call was quickly upgraded to a multiple alarm fire. When firefighters arrived, they encountered a large barn almost completely engulfed in flames.

Firefighters working in below freezing temperatures and strong winds were able to contain the fire to the one structure.

Adjacent structures were saved. Unfortunately not all animals were able to get out, and about 30 young stock perished along with one cow. Calves in an structure close to the fire were moved out to a different structure for precautionary measures.

Responding fire agencies who provided assistance were Casco, Brussels-Union-Gardner, New Franken, Kewaunee, Algoma, Southern Door, Denmark, Carlton, Tisch Mills, Bellevue, Two Creeks and Sturgeon Bay. There were three separate fill sites established to provide water. In total eight pumpers were used to support fire operations.

Tenders numbered 20 that shuttled water. Two backhoes were used to pull the metal roof and sides off the structure so firefighters could get to hot spots.

The Kewaunee County Highway Department kept roads sanded, and sheriff officers provided traffic control. Luxemburg Rescue stood by for rehab efforts and in case of injury. Firefighters were on scene for about 9 hours.