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Fire In Horace, House Is Total Loss

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Crews were called at 10:10 a.m. to a house fire at 7113 Woodland Circle in Horace. Homeowners were inside at the time, but escaped, and no one was hurt.

Crews battled the fire for hours; the home is a total loss. There is no cause at this time, but they say it started in the sun room and spread from there. The fire marshal is investigating. Firefighters say they had to fight the fire from outside, which makes the battle more difficult.

Horace, West Fargo, and Davenport firefighters responded with help from the FM ambulance and the Cass County Sheriff’s Department. The homeowners got help from the Salvation Army, and firefighters tell us they are staying with friends.
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