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Fire destroys vehicle on I-29 in south Fargo

FARGO - The Fargo Fire Department responded about 9 a.m. on Wednesday morning, Aug. 17, to a report of a vehicle fire on Interstate 29 near 52nd Avenue South.When units arrived the two occupants of the SUV were standing outside the vehicle, which...

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FARGO – The Fargo Fire Department responded about 9 a.m. on Wednesday morning, Aug. 17, to a report of a vehicle fire on Interstate 29 near 52nd Avenue South.
The first fire unit on scene found a small SUV fully engulfed in flames with two people standing nearby in the ditch, according to a Fire Department news release. The first engine crew used a single hose line to extinguish the fire within 10 minutes.
There were no injuries to the occupants of the vehicle or to firefighters, the release stated. The vehicle was a total loss. A cause of the blaze had not been determined.
The Fargo Fire Department responded with 10 personnel on two engines, one truck and one command vehicle. The Highway Patrol and the Fargo Police Department also responded.

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