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2 homes damaged by fire in south Fargo mobile home park

Fire crews were called out just after 10 p.m. Friday, July 29.

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Fargo Fire Department responds to a mobile home fire Friday night, July 29.
STEVE ELWELL / WDAY NEWS
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FARGO — Two mobile homes were damaged by a fire at the Countryside Trailer Court Friday night, July 29.

According to WDAY News, firefighters were called out just after 10 p.m. to 753 Countryside Trailer Court. Witnesses reported seeing a mobile home engulfed in flames that stretched several feet above the roof of the home. That fire then damaged a neighboring home as well.

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Fargo Fire Department responds to a mobile home fire Friday night, July 29.
STEVE ELWELL / WDAY

Firefighters on scene were unable to comment as they continued working to battle the flames.

This is a developing story. Stay with Inforum.com for updates.

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