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Fargo Fire Department investigates van scorched in Kmart lot

FARGO - Fire officials are investigating how a van in a south Fargo parking lot became fully-engulfed in flames early Saturday.At 1:09 a.m., firefighters were dispatched to the Kmart lot at 2301 S. University Drive and found the burning van with ...

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FARGO – Fire officials are investigating how a van in a south Fargo parking lot became fully-engulfed in flames early Saturday.

At 1:09 a.m., firefighters were dispatched to the Kmart lot at 2301 S. University Drive and found the burning van with no one inside, Fargo Fire Capt. Joe Mangin said.
The van was not close to any buildings or other vehicles, Mangin said, and no injuries were reported.
Though most of the visible flames were in the van’s passenger area, fire investigators have not determined where the fire originated or what caused it, he said.

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