At approximately 5:30 am on February 10, 2017, Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to a reported structure fire in the 100 Block of West Brundage Street.  On arrival crews found fire showing from the roof of 103 West Brundage Street.
Fire crews secured a water supply from a nearby hydrant and began to attack the fire from ladders and then transitioned to an interior fire attack.  Additional help was requested from Goose Valley Fire Department, Sheridan Police Department, Rocky Mountain Ambulance, Big Horn Fire Department and Montana Dakota Utilities.  Approximately 34 emergency personnel responded to the scene. The fire caused extensive damage to the attic and smoke damage to the main floor.  Crews remained on scene until just before 11:00 am completing salvage and overhaul operations.
There were no injuries and the fire is currently under investigation.
At approximately 1:10 pm Sheridan Fire-Rescue received a report of a collapsed roof at 157 West Brundage Street.  Montana Dakota Utilities assisted Sheridan Fire-Rescue in shutting off utilities to the business affected and by monitoring for natural gas leaks.  The City of Sheridan building department responded with engineering staff to assess that stability of the buildings affected.  Engineering staff remained on scene to further evaluate the structures.  All of the business were vacant at the time of collapse and no injuries were reported.