BRYAN, OH - A non-profit agency sustained significant damage at their building in Bryan over the weekend.
The Compassion Medical Clinic of Williams County, located at 614 East Edgerton Street in Bryan, sustained major damage from a fire that reportedly broke out Saturday night. First eye-witness accounts say that smoke and flames could be seen billowing from the building when first emergency units arrived.
Due to destruction from the blaze, including heavy smoke and water damage, officials with the clinic say they will temporarily close effective immediately. Executive Director Diane Ullom says despite the fire, they will still be able to take calls and questions, as well as fill prescriptions for established patients. Current patients can call 419.630.0313 about their Rx needs.
The clinic had recently re-opened the first of July after being closed for several months during the coronavirus shut-down.
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