Muleshoe Vet Clinic destroyed by Sunday night fire - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Muleshoe Vet Clinic destroyed by Sunday night fire

Source: Muleshoe Volunteer Fire Department Source: Muleshoe Volunteer Fire Department
MULESHOE, TX (KCBD) -

Firefighters in Muleshoe are looking into the cause of a fire that destroyed a vet clinic on Sunday night.

Several first responders in neighboring towns helped battle the blaze.

The Muleshoe Volunteer Fire Department posted about the incident on its Facebook page Monday morning, thanking Lazbuddie VFD, Farwell VFD, Muleshoe EMS, Muleshoe Police Dept., Bailey Co. Sheriffs Office and others.

Officials have not yet determined the cause of the fire or if it was intentionally set.

Officials hope to have the state fire marshal's office come down later in the week and help determine the cause. They say the building is a total loss.

A temporary clinic will be set up in the building next door. but it's not yet operational.

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