SUN PRAIRIE: ONE YEAR LATER
A WKOW TV 27 News special presentation looking back on the stories of heroism and resilience that began with the deadly explosion July 10, 2018 in Sun Prairie and continues
At a remembrance ceremony Wednesday night, Sun Prairie mayor Paul Esser and fire chief Chris Garrison each took to the podium to share their thoughts on how the community has responded to last year’s explosion
In the crowd of hundreds gathered around the Sun Prairie Fire Department Wednesday evening, were the staff and residents of the Sun Prairie Health Care Center.
RECOVERY AND REBUILDING
There are mixed feelings from at least one business owner in Sun Prairie over the findings of the investigation into the deadly explosion that killed firefighter Cory Barr and injured several others in July.
Three civil lawsuits have been filed Thursday in relation to the deadly explosion in Sun Prairie this past July.
Sun Prairie officials Thursday announced the results of their criminal investigation into the blast July 10 that killed businessman and firefighter Capt. Cory Barr, injured fellow firefighter Ryan Welch, and damaged numerous buildings.
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Sun Prairie is celebrating the end of downtown reconstruction following the deadly gas main explosion last July.
In the months since, Fire Chief Christopher Garrison said the Sun Prairie fire department has seen an unprecedented number of volunteers signing up.
Captain Cory Barr, the hero who died in the gas leak explosion in downtown Sun Prairie in July, will be honored at the Badger football game on Saturday.
A contractor failed to mark a natural gas line that was hit, leading to the July explosion in downtown Sun Prairie according to a search warrant obtained by the Wisconsin State Journal.
UPDATE (WKOW) — Three months after one business that was leveled by the explosion in downtown Sun Prairie — is finally back open. Glass Nickel
Thousands of people from across the country came to Lambeau Field to pay tribute to firefighters. That included a few firefighters from Sun Prairie.