A beloved McHenry roller skating rink has been destroyed by fire, authorities said
A fire destroyed a former building used as a skating rink Friday night in McHenry, fire officials said. Firefighters from various departments spent two hours battling a fire at the old skating rink in McHenry on Friday. Fire Chief Bill Zedaker said the fire was under control. At approximately 10 p.m. Thursday night, a two-alarm fire swept through a former roller skating rink in the 900 block of Front Street. Twenty trucks were dispatched to the scene as crews battled the fire and prevented it from spreading to neighboring buildings.
The rear firewall of the former Just For Fun roller skating rink in downtown morro bay
it collapsed shortly after the fire broke out. The charming building has been vacant since the rink closed last year, but the people there were waiting for the next creative tenant to make it shine. Authorities are investigating the cause of the fire and have not yet determined the reason for the fire. The track has a spectacular history in this small town. It started out as a dance hall and later became a skating rink. After many successful years, it closed for very sad reasons.
Although the officials stated that there are no injuries and that there is nothing to worry about. They have not received any life. However, they are still looking for the cause of the fire and have started to investigate it. The owners of the former skating rink, in a statement on Facebook, said they were deeply saddened by the loss of the building that housed their business in recent years. As many will remember, the “Just for Fun” skating rink was the place to skate back in its day.
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