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Home Total Loss after Hibbing Blaze

Updated: 03/27/2014 10:48 PM
Created: 03/27/2014 8:14 AM WDIO.com

A house fire broke out early Thursday morning in Hibbing, at 10894 Hwy 92.

The Hibbing Fire Department says they responded at 2:56 a.m.

Fire officials say the home was unoccupied and there were no injuries reported.

The building is a total loss, and damage is estimated at $65,000.

Crews from Virginia, Hibbing, Chisholm, Cherry & Mt. Iron all responded. T

hey would like to thank McDonalds for providing breakfast food to the firefighters.

Courtesy: Hibbing Fire Department

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