Fire Crews respond to Lagoon candy shop fire
FARMINGTON, Utah — On Saturday, the South Davis Metro Fire responded to a fire at Lagoon amusement park.
Adam Leishman, a Spokesperson for Lagoon said workers immediately called 911 after employees saw smoke coming out of the building.
The fire originated from a candy shop storage room inside the park and reignited overnight. The candy shop unfortunately burned down, and the children’s bumper car ride dating back to the ’60s was also destroyed in the fire.
Lagoon says it will take some time to know what the rebuilding will look like.
According to the South Davis Metro Fire Facebook post, fire crews were able to stop the fire from spreading to other areas of the park.
In a Facebook post, the Farmington Fire Department also thanked Kaysville, Layton, Hill Air Force Base, and all public safety departments for their help!
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