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Emerado mobile home destroyed by fire

EMERADO, N.D. A fire broke out this morning in a mobile home three miles east of Emerado, N.D. Emerado Fire Chief, Marvin Jensen reported that no one was injured in the fire that has destroyed the home. Fire officials remain on the scene accordin...

EMERADO, N.D. A fire broke out this morning in a mobile home three miles east of Emerado, N.D.

Emerado Fire Chief, Marvin Jensen reported that no one was injured in the fire that has destroyed the home. Fire officials remain on the scene according to Chief Jensen.

No other information is available at this time.

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