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Ceiling Removed to Put Out South Fargo Fire

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Fargo fire fighters say some tenants of a South Fargo apartment building will be displaced for a short time after a fire tore up parts of the building.
Early Saturday morning, fire alarms went off in the apartment building at 3233 16th Ave S. The Fargo Fire Department says heavy smoke was coming out of apartment #204, where a fire had started in the floor space between the first and second floor. They say the fire was spreading quickly.
Fire fighters had to remove the ceiling from the first floor to put out the flames. The structural integrity of the apartment is now being evaluated before tenants can return. 
The exact cause of the fire is under investigation.

 

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