WEST FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live)- Earlier this week we told you about some vandalism that happened at Bonanzaville in West Fargo.
That is where more than 200,000 gallons of water flooded the ground of three historic Cass County buildings.
Today we are learning that crews are out right now, trying to break up some of that ice and prevent some damage to the buildings.
It's been a long morning for two volunteers with Earth Work Services who're volunteering their time and equipment to help break up the ice around three buildings at Bonanzaville.
They're trying to break up the chunks of ice, but they said they're having a tough time because the ice is too thick.
It's an unfortunate event that they say they're glad to help fix.
Luckily anything beyond the gate isn't open yet, so these individuals will have time to clean up the mess the vandals left behind.