Resident displaced after house fire in south Fargo

Upon arrival, crews encountered high heat while searching for the location of the fire. Firefighters ultimately located the fire in a second-floor in a bedroom

Fire Report FSA

FARGO — One resident was displaced after a south Fargo home caught fire Tuesday, March 28.

The Fargo Fire Department responded to a two-alarm fire around 7:45 p.m. Tuesday at 1541 14 ½ St. S, according to a report from the Fargo Fire Department.

A single occupant inside the home called 911 after smelling smoke and evacuated the house safely before crews arrived on scene, the report said.

Crews upon arrival encountered high heat while searching the location of the fire, the report said, adding firefighters ultimately located the fire on the second floor in a bedroom and were able to extinguish it.

No one was injured, but one resident was displaced, according to the report.


The cause of the fire remains under investigation. The initial damage estimate is undetermined at this time.

The fire department responded with 18 firefighters and two battalion chiefs.

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