Schott Feed destroyed by early morning fire

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Schott Feed & Supply in Alliance, Ohio, was destroyed in an early morning fire today (Aug. 16). Photo courtesy Nick Sanor.

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ALLIANCE, Ohio — Schott Feed and Supply, Inc. was destroyed in an early morning fire Aug. 16.

At 2 a.m., Aug. 16, the Alliance Fire Department, with mutual aid from the Sebring and Washington Township fire departments, responded to a fire call at the mill, an older, mostly wooden facility.schott fire.3

Fortunately, no one was in the mill and no crew or family members were injured, but the mill is considered a total loss.

By 4:30 a.m. the fire was mostly contained, says Assistant Fire Chief Kemp, but there is still some smouldering. Crews will stay on scene until the fire is completely out and it is deemed safe.

At this time, the cause of the fire is still under investigation.

(Photo courtesy Nick Sanor)
(Photo courtesy Nick Sanor)

 

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Haley Drake is an assistant with Mahoning County's OSU Extension office and the Ohio Farm Business Analysis Program. A senior at Ohio State University, she is majoring in animal science with a minor in communications.

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