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
A group of Sun Prairie residents has filed a civil suit to recover losses they say they incurred during the gas main explosion a year ago that killed a firefighter and leveled a large portion of downtown.
RECOVERY AND REBUILDING
Glass Nickel Pizza is one of seven businesses destroyed in Tuesday’s natural gas explosion in Sun Prairie. Ever since, owner Adam Bougie said he hasn’t had a normal day.
Nickie Knoernschild’s fitness studio, Moxiegritfit, was destroyed in the gas explosion and subsequent fire in downtown Sun Prairie July 10th.
When a former Sun Prairie resident heard about the explosion that leveled nearly an entire city block, she knew she wanted to do something.
Less than a week after the explosion, many people are moving on to what’s next, but Captain Cory Barr’s wife is still dealing with her loss.
Agencies in Sun Prairie have set up what’s called a "multiple agency resource center" or MARC for the ongoing needs of people impacted by Tuesday’s explosion.
Neighborhoods outside the security zone in downtown Sun Prairie have reopened to residents following Tuesday’s gas-main explosion that killed one and destroyed multiple buildings.
A GoFundMe page has been set up for one of the firefighters injured in the gas main explosion July 10 in Sun Prairie.
The Sun Prairie Police Department and City Hall have been reopened today.
The Sun Prairie Police Department is looking for any civilians who may have been hurt in the explosion Tuesday.
TDS Telecom says today in a news release it did not hire, or was working with, a contractor who Tuesday ruptured a natural gas line in Sun Prairie.