LINCOLN, NE. (THECOUNT) — Lincoln Fire and Rescue responded in numbers to a reported fire at the Golden Corral in north Lincoln.

Fire crews first received reports of a fire alarm sounding just before 5:00 a.m. Thursday. That response was quickly upgraded to a full fire response.


Golden Corral is near N 26th and Old Dairy in north Lincoln.

The morning commute may be slow in that area, reports 1011Now.

Injuries and damage is unknown at this time.

The cause of the blaze remains under investigation.

Golden Corral is located at, 3940 N 26th St, Lincoln, NE.


Geo quick facts: Lincoln is the capital city of Nebraska. The Nebraska State Capitol has a domed tower with observation decks. Built in 1930, the Sunken Gardens features themed gardens, sculptures and lily ponds. Up-close animal encounters and a zoo train are among the draws of the Lincoln Children’s Zoo. Sheldon Museum of Art, on the University of Nebraska campus, has a notable collection of American art and a sculpture garden – wikipedia.