Fire Damages Gary-New Duluth Home

Created: 05/21/2014 4:48 PM

The Duluth Fire Department says a fire in the Gary-New Duluth neighborhood Wednesday afternoon caused about $50,000 in damage.

A resident of the home on 99th Avenue West returned home around 2 p.m. to find fire in the area of a kitchen wall.  She let dogs out and called 911.

Firefighters extinguised a fiew on the first and second floors of the home.  Part of the roof was also damaged.

Three cats were found unharmed in the basement.  No one was injured.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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