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No injuries reported in mobile home explosion near Thief River Falls

No injuries were reported in an apparent mobile home explosion on Thursday, Sept. 8, near Thief River Falls

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There were no injuries after an apparent explosion of a mobile home near Thief River Falls on Thursday night, Sept. 8. (Submitted photo)
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THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn. — No injuries were reported after an apparent explosion at a mobile home outside of Thief River Falls on Thursday, Sept. 8.

According to a release from the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office, the department received numerous 911 calls reporting what appeared to be an explosion at a mobile home outside of Thief River Falls. Emergency personnel received those calls around 11 p.m. on Thursday night.

The Thief River Falls Fire Department responded to the scene, assisted by the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office, Thief River Falls EMS and Thief River Falls Police Department.

Thief River Falls home explosion
No injuries were reported in an apparent explosion of a mobile home near Thief River Falls on Thursday night, Sept. 8. (Submitted photo)

The apparent explosion is being investigated by the Minnesota State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office.

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Harbo covers Grand Forks region news, and also writes about business in Grand Forks and the surrounding area.

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