Fargo house fire displaces three adults, an infant and several pets
FARGO — A house fire at 115 14th St. N. on Saturday, Dec. 1 forced three adults, one infant and some pets to evacuate.
Firefighters found fire and heavy smoke on the second floor. They were able to control the fire within 15 minutes of arrival on scene, according to the release.
All evacuees exited the house safely, including multiple cats and a dog with the assistance of firefighters.
No injuries were reported, but the house sustained heavy smoke and fire damage. All four residents have been displaced and are working with the American Red Cross to secure temporary housing.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.