Tenants displaced by the Galleria On 42nd apartment fire in south Fargo are worried an investigator’s listing of the cause as “undetermined” could jeopardize their chances of filing claims with the company that insured the first-floor unit where the fire started.
Investigator: No one admits to smoking
A fire investigator says he couldn’t confirm that smoking caused an Oct. 11 blaze that heavily damaged the Galleria On 42nd apartment complex in south Fargo, displacing 150 residents.
United Way to distribute more than $25,000
Sixty-four residents of Fargo’s Galleria On 42nd apartment complex destroyed by the Oct. 11 fire will receive aid from the United Way’s long-term recovery fund.
On behalf of IMM Property Management and the former tenants and families of the Galleria On 42nd, we would like to express our deepest gratitude to the many volunteers and businesses regarding the Oct. 11 fire.
When the Oct. 11 fire at the Galleria On 42nd apartment building left nearly 150 Fargo renters homeless, many were faced with an even more difficult challenge of finding housing quickly; they were forced to find pet-friendly housing.
Property release form causes concern for residents
The investigation into the Galleria On 42nd apartment complex fire continues, with Fargo fire investigators waiting for results from the state crime lab.
Donations fill church; recovery fund set up
Stacked along the walls, floors and any other available surface inside the Shepherd of the Prairie Church are donations from the community ranging from new clothing and beds to small appliances, pillows and home décor.
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