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American Red Cross Helps People Affected by Fargo Apartment Fire

The Red Cross encourages everyone to practice fire safety and discuss escape plans.

FARGO, N.D.–The American Red Cross is helping 12 people affected by an apartment fire Thursday night. The fire occurred in the 2800 block of 7th Street North in Fargo. Multiple people were forced to jump from balconies to escape the smoke that filled two of the three stories. The American Red Cross is offering those displaced by the fire, including…

Grand Forks Apartment Fire Causes Over $10,000 In Damage

One person who was not connected to the unit on fire was taken to Altru Hospital with unknown injuries

GRAND FORKS, N.D.– Fire causes over $10,000 in damage to an apartment in Grand Forks. Crews were called around 11:30 Saturday night to 815 39th Street North unit 307. They arrived to find fire coming from a third floor window of the apartment building. Everyone got out while crews knocked down the blaze. Damage was contained to the single unit…

Nearly a Dozen People Homeless in Hankinson Apartment Fire

The Red Cross is assisting those needing housing.

HANKINSON, N.D. (KFGO) – 11 people are homeless after fire gutted their apartments in Hankinson. Fire departments from 8 communities responded to the fire shortly after 9 p.m. Tuesday in the apartments above Posts Hardware on Main Avenue. Richland County Emergency Management Director Brett Lambrecht says there is extensive damage to the second floor on the back end where the…

Woman Arrested for Endangerment by Fire and Aggravated Burglary

The woman was arrested for Endangerment by fire, aggravated burglary, terrorizing and attempted assault on a peace officer.

Fargo, ND–The Fargo Police Department arrested a woman near the scene of an apartment fire that occurred on July 23 at 10:36 p.m. Fargo Officers were dispatched to 102 14 St. S. to assist the Fargo Fire Department with a structure fire. Multiple tenants had to escape from windows on the first floor prior to the fire being extinguished.  Firefighters…

Williston Apartment Fire Under Investigation

An estimated 70 people lived in the building.

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption WILLISTON, ND (KEYZ) – Williston Firefighters remain at the scene of an apartment fire where dozens were made homeless. An estimated 70 people lived in the building. The first alarm went out around 2:45 a.m. Thursday. Flames were already through the roof of the three-story apartment building, and moving from…

South Fargo Apartment Fire

The Fargo Fire Department says it appears the fire started in an apartment bathroom ceiling.

Residents in a South Fargo apartment building had an early wakeup call this morning as they were evacuated from their building due to a fire. The fire started around 4 a.m. at 2421 20th Ave South in Fargo. The Fargo Fire Department says it appears the fire started in an apartment bathroom ceiling. Once crews were on scene, the apartment…

Eighteen People Homeless After Apartment Fire in Wahpeton

An Apartment Fire Leaves Eighteen People Without a Place to Call Home

WAHPETON, N.D. — Eighteen people in Wahpeton are homeless after a devastating fire ravaged an apartment complex that left six apartments gutted. Luan Nguyen’s apartment at 1702 9th Street North in Wahpeton may still be standing, but he can’t go inside the place he calls home. “It sucks because now, just getting off work I want to sit and relax…