WDAY Wednesday News Update - 12-12
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FIRE DESTROYS CAR IN GRAND FORKS
WDAY is following up on a fire that destroyed a car and damaged a garage in Grand Forks.
It happened around 10 p.m. last night in the driveway of a house near Washington Street and Fifth Avenue North, near Deek's Pizza. The car was engulfed in flames that spread to the garage. Thankfully, firefighters were able to put it out before it spread to the nearby home. Nobody was hurt. This morning, fire crews are working to find out what caused the fire. WDAY News is working to find out the extent of the damage to the garage.
GRAND FORKS POLICE SEARCH FOR MAN WHO FILMED KINDERGARTNERS
Investigators are interviewing witnesses this morning in the case of a man reportedly taking video of kindergartners.
A mother says she saw a man taking video of the kindergartners as they were leaving Wilder Elementary School in Grand Forks. As of this morning a suspect has not been identified. Police are asking anyone with information to give them a call. It's not illegal to take video in a public place, but police say if it's by a school they still want to be notified.
SENIORS ASKED TO LEAVE THEIR APARTMENT BUILDING
Nearly 30 seniors are packing up their belongings to leave their homes this holiday season due to faulty flooring at North Sky Senior Living Apartments.
Tenants say they were given a letter telling them their stuff needs to be out sometime after Christmas. But, some are reportedly being forced out now. The building was built just two years ago. Our news team has reached out to Goldmark Property Management to find out who is responsible for the faulty flooring, but they weren't available for questions. WDAY News did learn the tenants will be provided with a place to stay. Their belongings will be put into storage, but they say they aren't getting a voice in the decision.