A warehouse fire in southeastern Minnesota didn’t just destroy property, it destroyed memories. Two warehouses went up in flames in Hollandale Monday afternoon, and one of them stored dozens of valuable antique cars.
Dozens of antique cars have been destroyed in a large fire in Hollandale. According to the chief deputy of Freeborn County, fire broke out Monday afternoon in a warehouse in Hollandale, in the southeastern part of the state. Two warehouses were destroyed. One of them held 30 to 40 antique cars. There wasn’t enough water in the village system to battle the fire, so fire crews had to truck in water from nearby communities.