|415pm update 1 11 2018
A Go-Fund Me appeal has been established for the couple . Click here to reach it.
12:30 PM Update 1 1 2018:
The wheels are in motion as the Waterloo and Seneca County community starts mobilizing to help a well known couple who lost their home in a massive fire in the Town of Junius Wednesday afternoon. Dozens of firefighters could not save the 1820’s farm house on Birdsey Road owned by Walter and Doris Wolf. Fire crews returned to the scene this morning as hot spots flared up. The cause of the fire remains unclear as of Noon time Thursday.
Once we get word about aid efforts we’ll pass them along both on-air and on-line
Fire crews from Seneca, Ontario, and Wayne Counties were called to battle a house fire at 1229 Birdsey Road just north of the Thruway.
|The 1820’s farm house is owned by Walter and Doris Wolf. They were not home when the fire started. Two cats and a dog were lost in the fire, another dog was saved.|
|Firefighters had to truck water to the scene and set-up portable dump tanks on Birdsey Road.|
|The cause of the fire is under investigation.|
Dump tanks were set up to hold water
Trucks line up double-file on Birdsey Road
More than three hours after the first call came in.
The home is a total loss.
Several dump tanks were set up.
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