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Grand Forks Fire Department responds to call at the Hugo's Wine & Spirits

An employee on the scene said the call came due to the engine for the store's heater slipping a belt, which caused a smell to fill the air inside the store. No damage was reported, and the fire department left the scene.

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The Grand Forks Fire Department responded to a call at the Hugo's Wine & Spirits at 1325 Columbia Road around 3 p.m. Monday.

An employee on the scene said the call came due to the engine for the store's heater slipping a belt, which caused a smell to fill the air inside the store.

No damage was reported, and the fire department left the scene.

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