Shop fire causes about $2 million in damage
HARRAH, Wash. —
An ambulance crew treated a firefighter for heat exhaustion after he battled a shop fire that caused about $2 million worth of damage near Harrah.
According to Yakima County Fire District 5, the fire began around 2:15 P.M. on the 300 block of Brown Road.
When firefighters arrived on scene, they found a large agricultural building in flames.
The building housed tractors, sprayers, hop balers and other equipment.
The fire burned quickly and spread to corrals and two camp trailers on the outside of the building.
The 100x50 foot building is considered a total loss along with everything inside.
It's unknown how the fire started.