This barn full of hay and farm equipment on Turner Station Road in Coolspring Township was destroyed by fire Wednesday.

Firefighters from seven departments were called out early Wednesday morning to battle a barn fire on Turner Station Road in Coolspring Township.

The barn was destroyed. Owner Mike Rabold said he was storing hay and farm equipment in the barn, which was insured. No one was hurt in the fire.

The cause of the fire was undetermined but Mercer East End Volunteer Fire Department Chief Bill Finley Jr. offered a possible explanation.

“It may have been caused by a small amount of hay being ignited,” he said.

Mercer East End firefighters were called at 3:21 a.m. to the fire behind Rabold’s 410 Turner Station Road residence, Finley said.

“We heard the bells in the driveway at about 3:20 this morning,” Rabold said.

“We had the fire under control in about 30 or 40 minutes,” said Finley.

Firefighters remained at the scene for about three hours in order to make sure the smoldering remains of the barn did not rekindle.

All that remained Wednesday afternoon were several bails of hay that were stored in the barn and smoking piles of debris on the ground.

The barn was equipped with utilities. It was primarily used for hay and farming equipment in the summer and during the winter, sometimes housed livestock, Rabold said.

Firefighters from Grove City, Jackson Center, Stoneboro, and Springfield, Jefferson and Pine townships were on the scene.