BATAVIA, N.Y. (WIVB) — Investigators are trying to figure out what caused a fire at Baskin Farms in Batavia.
It occurred on Sunday afternoon and received a response from multiple fire companies in Genesee and Wyoming counties. At the time, seven people were working at the farm.
“Nine years ago, we had a fire here,” Bethany Fire Chief Jeff Fluker said. “A paper mill is usually what catches on fire due to the heat. Paper is combustible.”
News 4 will provide more information when it becomes available.
Officials looking into cause of Batavia farm fire
Control of Congress: What happens if GOP gains upper hand in 2022 midterms?
COVID caused historic setbacks for kids across US, test scores show
Bob Evans sausage recalled over possible ‘thin blue rubber’ contamination
Restaurant Week: The perfect time to try the cuisines of the Queen City