An accidental fire Wednesday night destroyed a barn and contents in Strasburg Township, causing an estimated $500,000 damage, authorities said. No injuries were reported.

The blaze, reported about 8:30 p.m., destroyed tractors and tools, Strasburg Fire Chief John Stoltzfus said.

While an official cause has not been determined, Stoltzfus said it appeared the fire was sparked by the use of a grinder.

Smoke could be seen two miles away as the 50 by 100 foot barn burned, according to Lancaster County-Wide Communications dispatches.

Haz-mat crews succeeded in keeping chemicals in the barn from entering a small tributary of Pequea Creek, Stoltzfus said.

The property is the site of Pop's Produce Stand, a popular summertime market.

Because there are no fire hydrants nearby, crews had to get water from nearby Verdant View Farm, which had a barn fire in April 2018 that caused $350,000 damage.

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More than 25 units from multiple departments, including Strasburg, Paradise, Lampeter, Ronks, Quarryville and Bird-In-Hand responded.