NVDaily Update: Firefighters battle fire at VFW

Smoke rises from the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1860 on North Royal Avenue in Front Royal. Rich Cooley/Daily
Firefighters spray water on the roof of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1860 on North Royal Avenue in Front Royal on Saturday. Rich Cooley/Daily
Exhausted firefighters rest in the roadway outside the Front Royal VFW Post 1860 on North Royal Avenue on Saturday afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily
Heavy smoke billows out of the Front Royal VFW Post 1860. Rich Cooley/Daily
Aerial units from Warren County, Strasburg, and Stephens City attack the roof area of the Front Royal VFW Post 1860 on North Royal Avenue on Saturday afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily
Firefighters battle the fire at the Front Royal VFW Post 1860 on July 11. Rich Cooley/Daily file
A firefighters uses a saw to ventilate the roof of the Front Royal VFW Post 1860. Rich Cooley/Daily
Derek Mabie, a volunteer with the Front Royal Volunteer Fire Department, tosses out water to other volunteers during a fire Saturday at the Front Royal VFW Post 1860. Rich Cooley/Daily
Front Royal Volunteer firefighter Chris Ramey rests on the parking lot of the Front Royal VFW Post 1860. Rich Cooley/Daily
Front Royal Volunteer Fire Department Chief Larry Oliver communicates with the aerial units outside the Front Royal VFW Post 1860 after fire destroyed the building. Rich Cooley/Daily
Exhausted firefighters rest in the roadway while volunteers deliver ice and water outside the Front Royal VFW Post 1860. Rich Cooley/Daily
Warren County Fire Marshal Lt. Gerry Maiatico, left, and Front Royal master police officer Steve Mauck look over the fire scene through thick smoke Saturday. Rich Cooley/Daily
Firefighters stand outside the gutted structure of Front Royal VFW Post 1860. Rich Cooley/Daily
Aerial units from Warren County, Strasburg, and Stephens City attack the roof area of the Front Royal VFW Post 1860 on North Royal Avenue during the July 11 fire. Rich Cooley/Daily

Firefighters battled a fire at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1860 on North Royal Avenue in Front Royal on Saturday.

[More details will be posted as soon as they are made available by fire officials.]