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Grand Forks firefighters respond to garage fire

A garage fire in Grand Forks late Monday night resulted in about $35,000 in damage. The detached garage at 709 S. 25th St. was engulfed in flames when Grand Forks firefighters responded to the call, which was received at 11:58 p.m. Monday. Occupa...

A garage fire in Grand Forks late Monday night resulted in about $35,000 in damage.

The detached garage at 709 S. 25th St. was engulfed in flames when Grand Forks firefighters responded to the call, which was received at 11:58 p.m. Monday.

Occupants safely evacuated from the surrounding structures and the fire was quickly brought under control and extinguished.

No injuries to the occupants or emergency personnel were sustained in the blaze, according to the report.

Damage is estimated at $35,000 for the structure and contents. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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The Grand Forks Police Department and Altru Ambulance assisted the Grand Forks Fire Department at the scene.  

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