Fire Causes Severe Damage at St. Lawrence Seminary

MOUNT CALVARY, Wis. – Fire officials are investigating the cause of a five-alarm fire that broke out at St. Lawrence Seminary, a boarding school, on Saturday.

The blaze started in St. Joseph Hall, which houses offices and classrooms, and caused severe damage to the oldest building on campus.

No one was injured nor were any other buildings damaged during the incident, the Associated Press reports.

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