TOWN OF UNION - A barn is a total loss after an early morning fire in Door County.
It happened Tuesday around 4:30 a.m. on Pleasant Ridge Road in the town of Union, near Brussels.
Fire officials say a passerby noticed the fire and alerted the owners. The barn was fully engulfed and a portion of the milk house was on fire.
Authorities say approximately 35 to 40 cows were in the barn at the time. They say all of the cows got out but one.
Despite the barn being destroyed, firefighters were able to save two other buildings.
Fire officials believe the fire started in the milk house area, but are not sure of the cause.
There isn't a cost estimate for the damage at this time.
A few firefighters were treated with oxygen at the scene, but no one was injured or needed to be brought to the hospital.
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