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Crews investigating vehicle fire in Grand Forks

Vehicle Fire in Grand Forks
Vehicle catches fire in Grand Forks

Grand Forks, ND -- Fire crews are investigating after a vehicle caught fire at just before 8pm on Sunday Jan 28th.

It happened at 325 North 51st St.

Crews found a Ford Expedition with a fire in its engine that was spreading to the rest of the vehicle.

The fire was quickly put out and crews used about 100 gallons of water.

No one was hurt, but the vehicle is considered a total loss.

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