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UPDATE: Fire crews investigate fire at MSU’s Dairy Cattle Teaching and Research Farm in Lansing

Crews battle a fire that broke out at the Michigan State University's Dairy Cattle Teaching and...
Crews battle a fire that broke out at the Michigan State University's Dairy Cattle Teaching and Research Farm in Lansing.(Matt Schmucker | Matt Schmucker)
Updated: May. 15, 2021 at 8:55 PM EDT
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LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Firefighters are working to find out what caused a Michigan State University building to catch fire.

First responders are on the scene after a fire broke out at Michigan State University’s Dairy Cattle Teaching and Research Farm in Lansing.

MSU Police tell News 10 crews started battling the blaze around 8 p.m. Saturday night.

Currently, Hagadorn Rd. at Bennett and Bennett at Beaumont Rd. are all closed while crews begin to clean up the scene.

According to MSU Police no person or animal was injured in the blaze.

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