TRUMBULL, Neb. -- Multiple outbuildings were destroyed by a fire in south central Nebraska Wednesday.
Clay County emergency officials say the fire was reported Wednesday morning on a rural road near the town of Trumbull.
Officials from six different fire departments responded to the scene, where first responders say they found an outbuilding fully engulfed in flames.
Winds pushed the flames to nearby buildings, destroying two outbuildings and a machine shop.
Emergency officials said the fire started in a fowl cage. There were several turkeys in the shed at the time, most of which were able to be saved.
The cause of the fire has not been revealed.