|By Rochel Leah Goldblatt, Reading Eagle, Pa.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Firefighters were called out just before
"When we started responding, we got reports of a building fully involved," said
Kulp said the firefighters had to use foam to help put the fire out.
The owner of the golf course,
The 75-foot-by-30-foot maintenance facility contained "everything we need to run the place," Nairn's son, C.J., said. "All of our mowers, tools. We had 50 to 70 pieces of equipment inside and four fully furnished toolboxes."
Nairn reported the building as a total loss to his insurance company, and C.J., 18, said the damages amounted to about
The golf course, built by Nairn's father in 1969 and running since 1970, runs between
"Considering the nice weather will be here in a few weeks, it will set us back," C.J. Nairn said of the fire. "
They discovered the fire when they smelled smoke while working on the mini-golf course a short way from the building.
This fire will not affect the start of the season, C.J. Nairn said.
"It's just time to rebuild," he said. "What can you do."
No injuries were reported in the fire.
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