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Moorhead twinhome severely damaged in fire

A fast-moving fire in south Moorhead severely damaged the west side of a twinhome Sunday, Moorhead Fire Chief Joel Hewitt said. At approximately 3 p.m., the Moorhead Fire Department received a report of a fire at 1019 36th Ave. S. The fire at the...

Moorhead fire

A fast-moving fire in south Moorhead severely damaged the west side of a twinhome Sunday, Moorhead Fire Chief Joel Hewitt said.

At approximately 3 p.m., the Moorhead Fire Department received a report of a fire at 1019 36th Ave. S.

The fire at the twinhome, owned by Julie Moll, burned for more than an hour, Hewitt said.

Crews initially fought the flames from inside the structure but were forced to back out and fight the fire from outside, he said.

The fire might have started on the twinhome's west deck, with the flames traveling from the deck to the attic, Hewitt said.

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No one was injured in the fire, he said.

The Fargo Police Department and Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services also responded to the fire.

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