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Fargo Fire Department Investigating After Mobile Home Fire

Fire crews said the fire appears to have started near the front door

FARGO, ND — The Fargo Fire Department is investigating the cause of an early morning mobile home fire. Neighbors reported smoke and flames coming from the trailer at 16 West Lynmar Avenue North just before 6 a.m. Fire crews said the fire appears to have started near the front door. No one was hurt. Crews said the mobile home was…

Early Morning Fargo Trailer Fire

Fargo Firefighters report no injuries.

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption Fargo, ND — Fargo firefighters knocked down a trailer fire in the early morning hours on Thursday. The call came in around 5:45 a.m. The fire was contained to one abandoned trailer just off of 34th Avenue North and Broadway. When firefighters arrived they saw smoke coming out of the…

North Dakota Firefighters Rescue Survivors of Collapsed Building…It’s Only a Drill

The chief said a Sioux Falls building collapse which killed one person last December is one of many reasons this training is important

FARGO, ND — Firefighters from Fargo to Minot are saving people from a collapsing office building as part of a simulation. Before getting a taste of the action, crews set up obstacles which will simulate a partially collapsed building. It’s the culmination of eight days of training to prepare them from natural disasters or other structural issues. Seasoned firefighters experienced…

Community Offers Prayers and Hope for Missing Fargo Woman, Family Raises Money for a Reward

F-M community offers support and hope to Savanna Greywind's family

FARGO, N.D. — As police in Fargo and Grand Forks continue to question people about the disappearance of Savanna Greywind, the F-M community is coming together to support her family. People surrounded the family at a candlelight vigil and prayer service in Fargo. The search continues for the missing and pregnant 22-year-old. Prayers and hope are what the F-M community…

South Fargo Building Evacuated, Traffic Detoured After Gas Leak

38th Street in Fargo Was Closed Temporarily Wednesday Morning Due To A Gas Leak

FARGO, ND — A building under construction in south Fargo was evacuated this morning after a gas leak. The Fargo Fire Department got a call around 7 a.m. of a gas leak inside the building going up south of the Microsoft campus. When fire crews arrived, they found high levels of natural gas and evacuated about 40 construction workers out of the…

Fargo Fire Department Secures New Drone

About six crew members are being trained in on how to use it

FARGO, ND — Area firefighters will soon be able to get a bird’s eye view of the flames. The Fargo Fire Department got a new drone. It will let them get thermal images of large fires and look for hazardous materials before sending in a crew. About six crew members are being trained in on how to use it. Fire…

Body Pulled From Red River Identified

29 year old David Tikayne went missing on June 5.

David Tikayne, 29, has been missing since June 5th. Family members say he was in the Red River but did not make it out.FARGO, ND — The Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s office has confirmed that the body recovered from the Red River on the morning of June 15 is that of 29 year old David Michael Tikayne.  Tikayne was seen…

Firefighters Respond to Sheds on Fire in South Fargo

Officials say it appears one of the storage units caught on fire and then spread to the other two

FARGO, ND — Crews respond to multiple storage sheds on fire around 5 o’clock in south Fargo. The Fargo Police Department was at a separate call when officers noticed smoke coming from behind a house at 1721 25th Avenue South. Authorities found three sheds damaged from the flames. Officials say it appears one of the storage units caught on fire…

A Walk in Their Boots: Fargo Fire, Sanford POWER Team Take on Stair Challenge

To Understand What it Takes To Be A Firefighter, Sandford POWER Employees Suit Up

FARGO, ND — The Fargo Fire Department is challenging Sanford POWER to take a walk in their boots. Helmets on, suits zipped, and equipment ready. That’s what employees of Sanford POWER did to prepare to walk up 10 flights of steps in the new Sanford Medical Center. It’s all so they can understand just what it takes to work as the firefighters…