If the Town of Clay and Clay County hadn't been hit hard enough with the historic flood of 2016, one of the town's larger business structures caught on fire this morning.

Emergency crews responded to the former IGA building in downtown Clay about 7 a.m., the town's former grocery store that now houses an antique shop and some other small businesses.

Adjacent to the structure, which appears to be a total loss, is the county 911 center.

The Clay, Big Otter and Lizemores volunteer fire departments responded to the fire.

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