A landmark restaurant in Minnesota is in danger of closing its doors after a flood devastated the 100-year-old building.

The building has been around since 1908 and is located just a few blocks away from the Little Fork River in Cook, Minnesota. The location has been home to a cafe for 54 years.

On June 18th, heavy rain started to flood the basement. According to WDIO, they were able to pump the water out that evening. However, the Little Fork River continued to swell and eventually flooded downtown Cook. Montana Cafe shared photos of 12 inches of standing water on their main floor.

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Owner Megan Strong was able to get some of the inventory and equipment out, but much was lost and the damage to the building is extensive. Cook officials have hired a structural engineer to assess the damage, and they won't allow anyone in the building until it has been cleared.

Unfortunately, insurance has said they won't cover any damage from the flood. Communities members have stepped up to help, and she posted a thank you on her Facebook page for all the help.

As of July 3rd, the GoFundMe created has raised over $20,000. Their goal for restoration and repair is currently at $40,000. Montana Cafe says they are uncertain about the future of the building and the business and will be closed for the foreseeable future.

Sadly their employees are now out of work, and Cook has lost its loved cafe for the time being.

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