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Fire at McDonald’s

Two Cedar Springs Fire Trucks at McDonald’s Tuesday evening for a grease fire. Post photo L. Allen.
Two Kent County Sheriff vehicles block the entrance at McDonald’s Tuesday evening. Post photo L. Allen.

By Judy Reed

A kitchen fire at the Cedar Springs McDonald’s on 17 Mile Rd Tuesday caused the restaurant to temporarily close their doors.

According to Cedar Springs Fire Chief Marty Fraser, the fire, a small grease fire that started in a fryer, was short-lived. 

“It could’ve been a bigger incident, but due to a quick-thinking store manager, who pulled the fryer away from the wall and put the fire out with a fire extinguisher, the fire was out by the time we arrived,” explained Fraser. 

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