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Victims of Fatal House Fire were Mother, Son

Updated: 12/12/2013 11:15 PM
Created: 12/11/2013 10:29 AM WDIO.com

HELGA TOWNSHIP, Minn. (AP) - The victims of a house fire in Hubbard County are a mother and her adult son.

Relatives say 79-year-old Phyllis Kleeb and her 56-year-old son, Frank Kleeb, died in the fire in Helga Township Tuesday night. The woman's sister-in-law, Marcia Kleeb, says a neighbor noticed the fire about 7:30 p.m. and called firefighters.

The Bemidji Pioneer reports Cass Lake, Lakeport and Bemidji fire departments were on the scene for about eight hours. The cause of the fire, which destroyed the house, is under investigation.

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Information from: Pioneer

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