WESTMORE — Authorities say they are unsure what caused a structure fire at a farm in Westmore on Friday.
The fire broke out at a dairy farm on LaCross Road at around 12:45 p.m.
Heavy smoke and fire could be seen coming out of a large garage and feed barn located behind the main barn for the cattle.
Firefighters managed to prevent the fire from spreading to nearby buildings.
One cow was lost to the fire.
According to the report, the owner/occupant of the property is listed as Roger and Judy LaCross.
Police say one of the owners said they had been utilizing a piece of heavy machinery 15 minutes before the fire and had parked it inside the structure before closing the garage and going back to the house.
Authorities say nobody was injured and the fire is not considered to be suspicious at this time.
The building is considered to be a total loss with an estimated value of approximately $100,000.Are you on Instagram? Cool. So are we. CLICK HERE to follow us for a behind the scenes look at Newport Dispatch.