Fire guts Paulus Park Barn in Lake Zurich

  • Firefighters called to the Paulus Park Barn in Lake Zurich at about 8:25 p.m. Saturday arrived to find the structure engulfed in flames. Fire officials say the cause of the fire remains under investigation.

    Firefighters called to the Paulus Park Barn in Lake Zurich at about 8:25 p.m. Saturday arrived to find the structure engulfed in flames. Fire officials say the cause of the fire remains under investigation. Courtesy of Lake Zurich Fire Rescue

  • Investigators continue to search for the cause of a fire Saturday night gutted Lake Zurich's Paulus Park Barn. The building was not occupied when flames broke out and no injuries were reported.

    Investigators continue to search for the cause of a fire Saturday night gutted Lake Zurich's Paulus Park Barn. The building was not occupied when flames broke out and no injuries were reported. Courtesy of Lake Zurich Fire Rescue

  • Investigators continue to search for the cause of a fire Saturday night gutted Lake Zurich's Paulus Park Barn. The building was not occupied when flames broke out and no injuries were reported.

    Investigators continue to search for the cause of a fire Saturday night gutted Lake Zurich's Paulus Park Barn. The building was not occupied when flames broke out and no injuries were reported. Courtesy of Lake Zurich Fire Rescue

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 11/3/2019 9:37 AM

Authorities continue to investigate the cause of a fire that gutted Lake Zurich's Paulus Park Barn on Saturday night, forcing the cancellation of numerous parks department programs this week as well as the village's indoors farmers market.

Lake Zurich firefighters responding to the blaze about 8:25 p.m. Saturday arrived the find flames engulfing the structure, which serves as the administrative offices for the village's parks and recreation department.

 

Fire officials say the blaze was brought quickly under control. The building at 200 S. Rand Road was not occupied at the time of the fire and no injuries were reported, authorities said.

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