Hill’s Station burns in Grambling Sunday night

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GRAMBLING, La. (8/5/2019) UPDATE: No new information is available regarding the fire that claimed a Gambling staple.

The investigation has now been turned over to the Louisiana State Fire Marshal’s office. A cause and origin of the fire have not been released.

The Hill family is devastated to see their business go up in flames. Arthur Hill, the owner of Hill’s Station says that their primary concern is no longer being able to serve their community. O’Donald Hill, co-owner and Arthur’s son says that the business is a family deal, serving as one.

Leon Whittaker, a patron who has been there since they opened, is sad that they are closed, and hopes that they will be able to serve the community sometime soon.

New information should be available over the next few days.

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(8/4/2019) — According to NBC 10 viewers who reached out to our newsroom, Hill’s Station burned Sunday evening.

Makayla Hill sent us video of the building as it smoldered Sunday night. She says it started around 7 p.m. She says it’s known as Hill’s Station and as Mom’s & Pop’s.

No one was hurt. No word at this time on what caused the fire.

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