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Major damage was done to the back of the structure.
No structures were harmed, and only an estimated acre of weeds was damaged.
Photos provided by MLive readers.
Friday, around noon, the Monticello Fire & Rescue Dive Team was called to Lake Monticello, where a couple fishing were trying to load their boat onto its trailer.
The building that was destroyed had housed the transmitters for KXSA radio, 103.1.
The story of a local 89 year old lady that didn’t panic, but instead calmly fought to free herself after her scooter turned over, throwing her into the edge of a pond, has gained statewide attention, as she was interviewed by KARK’s Josh Berry, about her ordeal, and how she found out about the search.
Around 8 pm Thursday night, the Monticello Fire Dept. was paged out to the report of smoke at City Drug, on E. Gaines Street.
Due to their quick response, only a box in the storage area was damaged.
Nikki Hood, co-owner of City Drug told MLive how much she appreciated the quick response of the local fire and police depts, and added that City Drug will open at 8 am, as usual, with breakfast and all services in full operation.
Pictured below are two MFD firemen responding to a call where a tree fell on power lines, causing a fire. Two vehicle, driving in the blowing sheets of rain, collided with the tree, lying across the road. No one was injured.
Both of these photos were included in the Good Morning America report.
Thanks to everyone who submitted storm damage photos to MLive to share with our readers.
Mayor Allen Maxwell, in a recorded statement Monday morning, confirmed that Fire Chief Steven Faulkner had been placed on administrative leave, and an interim Fire Chief had been appointed. Today, a few more details have been released.
Mayor Allen Maxwell, in a recorded statement Monday morning, confirmed that Fire Chief Steven Faulkner has been placed on administrative leave, and an interim Fire Chief has been appointed, effective last Friday.
Around 7 pm, a caller reported seeing a large fire in the old Town & Country area, behind the Crackierbox store.
Monticello Fire Dept. trucks quickly arrived, and put out the fire, which was reported to be a brush fire.
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The cause of the fire on Florence Road is undetermined. The residents were not home at the time of the fire.
MFD also responded to a home fire at Cottonwood Lane and HWY 35, near Lake Monticello, around 7 pm, Tuesday.
The rescue team also spent several hours on the scene of Monday’s fatal crash at Wilmar, along with their routine duties.
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