Morning Fire Destroys Vacant Hwy 76 Branson Restaurant

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by Tim Church

 

 

 

BRANSON, Mo. – At approximately 4:41 a.m., Branson Fire-Rescue crews were dispatched to the Hillbilly Inn Restaurant on Highway 76 in Branson, near Stanley Boulevard.

Branson Fire Chief Ted Martin says the property has been vacant for several years, since the Leap Day Tornado in 2012:

 

Martin reports the cause of the fire is undetermined at this time, but the investigation is ongoing.

For safety reasons several roads were closed until crews could clear the scene, including 76 and Roark Valley Road, 76 and Stanley Boulevard and 76 and Fall Creek Road.

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1 thought on “Morning Fire Destroys Vacant Hwy 76 Branson Restaurant”

  1. This place has been empty for ever, it is in a very bad location, no parking, sounds like the owner wanted out of it, more like the corrupt workings of Branson, MO. This really should be looked into on a ferderal level. meaning the owner, and even the Branson, MO fire department. THIS LOOKS LIKE A INSIDE JOB IF YOU ASK ME…

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