UPDATE: Fire causes $10,000 in damage at Arpin Dairy - WAOW - Newsline 9, Wausau News, Weather, Sports

UPDATE: Fire causes $10,000 in damage at Arpin Dairy

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ARPIN (WAOW) -

The Arpin fire chief says a florescent light fixture caused the weekend fire that caused about $10,000 in damage at the old Arpin Dairy.

The fire started about 6:30 p.m. Saturday in the building's roof and walls.

The fire chief said Monday that investigators are still trying to determine whether bad wiring, water or a faulty light bulb may have sparked the fire.

The fire chief says the building is primarily used for storage.

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UPDATE 6/2/13:

The Arpin Fire Chief tells Newsline 9 the fire at the old Arpin Dairy facility started near a fluorescent light fixture.

The chief says the cause is still undetermined at this time.

He says no workers were inside of the building when the fire started.

The Arpin Fire Chief says a neighbor called authorities after seeing fire through the roof.

The chief says no one was injured in the fire.

He estimates about $10,000 in damage to the roof and walls.

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The Arpin Fire Chief says crews have finished battling a fire at the old Arpin Dairy facility in Wood County.

The chief tells Newsline 9 several workers were inside the building when they spotted flames in the ceiling. It is currently being used for cold storage.

He says multiple crews from around the Arpin area responded to the fire and were able to keep it from spreading throughout the large building.

Authorities say there is minimal damage.

Crews are still on scene investigating what caused the fire.

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