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Despite Fire and Flood, Wisconsin Shop Continues Service

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June 21, 2022—An automotive service center in Wisconsin is keeping its doors open following a recent fire and a flood.

According to Washington County Insider, there was a fire at Mike's Automotive Service on June 14. Not long thereafter, inclimate weather caused the Kewaskum shop to flood. 

The Washington County Insider also shared an update from the team at Mike's Automotive. In it, the team outlined how they have been a part of the community for 14 years, and they plan to continue to provide support and service to their customers despite these challenging circumstances. 

Mike's Automotive expressed their gratitude for the local police, EMS, and fire department that responded to the fire in one of their service bays.

The team also extended kindness to Advance Auto of Kewaskum for helping to dry their floor following the flood, and to Brodzy's Auto for additional support.

Gas pumps at the shop are currently not operational, but the team still plans on servicing vehicles as normal.


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