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Teens accused of starting massive fire that burned down a historic railroad depot

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Two Wisconsin teenagers were taken into custody after starting a fire that destroyed a railroad depot building in the town of Pembine.

The Marinette County Sheriff’s Office reported that the boys are aged 14 and 16, respectively, though it is unknown whether or not they will be facing charges.

The fire broke out earlier this morning, completely devastating the Union Depot- a structure built in 1887. What remains on the property is under the control of the Superior Railroad.

According to ABC2, no injuries were reported and the fire remains under investigation.

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