An overnight fire Wednesday at a building at the Houlton International Airport has impacted several businesses and area residents.
Houlton Fire Department Chief Milton Cone tells our sister station WAGM that a crew of 29 firefighters responded to a building at the Houlton International Airport around 9 PM Tuesday night.
He says when they arrived, they discovered a building known as the former Houlton International Building was fully involved. The building is an old hangar that’s been converted into a tenant complex for several businesses.
Chief Cone says at least four businesses were impacted including the Tiny Homes of Maine and several medical marijuana dispensaries.
Cone says it was a complicated fire. He says they responded with six pieces of apparatus. He says crews returned to the station around 1 AM.