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Fire destroys house in southwest Fargo

A fire in the Osgood neighborhood of southwest Fargo this morning destroyed a house and garage. The owner of the house - identified by the Fargo Fire Department as Scott Barglof - heard some banging and popping noises in his garage. He opened the...

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A fire in the Osgood neighborhood of southwest Fargo this morning destroyed a house and garage.

The owner of the house - identified by the Fargo Fire Department as Scott Barglof - heard some banging and popping noises in his garage. He opened the garage door, saw flames in the rafters and reported the fire at 10:27 a.m., said Fargo Fire Marshal Norm Scott.

Norm Scott described the house at 5563 Sunflower Lane as a total loss. A boat and car in the garage were destroyed. A pickup parted in the driveway was also destroyed.

Firefighters from Moorhead Fire Department Red Team were on hand to help, "but we didn't need to use them," Scott said.

There were no injuries, Scott said.

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Barglof was scheduled to be married June 2, according to an engagement announcement in The Forum.

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