MASON, Mich. — A fire has broken out a Mason's Depot Diner.
The first started around 3 p.m. on Monday.
Fox 47 is on the scene and has been told from officials they think the fire started in the basement.
It is an active fire with multiple crews on the scene.
According to their Facebook Page: The Mason Depot was built in 1902 by the Michigan Central Railroad. After 35 years of being vacant and vandalized, the Depot has been restored back to useful condition and it is now designated as a historical site in Ingham County. The Mason Depot Diner has been family owned and operated by Rod and Kathy Hunt for 20 years. The Depot features homemade breakfast and lunch at affordable prices and quality service.
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