Fire at New York dairy kills more than 100 animals

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A fire Monday night at a New York dairy barn killed 110 animals and destroyed equipment, including two tractors, hay and a work shed.

The fire at Glaude's Riverview Farm in Ellenburg, N.Y., was reported around 6 p.m.

More than a dozen local fire departments battled the blaze for several hours. according to WPTZ-TV in Plattsburgh, N.Y.

The fire started near a panel box in the barn leading the farm owner, Derrick Glaude, to guess  the cause of the fire was electrical.

Some reports described the animals in the barn as cows; others described them as heifers. Read more.

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