The iconic, though long-closed White Fence Farm restaurant caught on fire on the afternoon of Oct. 2. West Metro Fire responded to the blaze, and had the fire contained by 4 p.m.
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There were no reports of injuries by the department, and the cause is still under investigation, according to the fire department's spokeswoman.
The restaurant, which specialized in fried chicken, doubled as a petting zoo and gift shop. It closed at the end of 2018, and the land has been slated for a housing development.
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