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Man Involved with Superior House Explosion Identified

The man involved with the Superior House Explosion Sunday has been identified as 61-year-old Scott Seaquist. The Duluth News Tribune says he was a custodian at UW-Superior for nearly 25 years.  The man involved with the Superior House Explosion Sunday has been identified as 61-year-old Scott Seaquist. The Duluth News Tribune says he was a custodian at UW-Superior for nearly 25 years.  |  Photo: Courtesy: GoFundMe

Updated: May 17, 2019 07:44 AM

The man involved with the Superior House Explosion Sunday has been identified. The Duluth News Tribune has identified him as 61-year-old Scott Seaquist. 

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The paper says he was a custodian at UW-Superior for nearly 25 years. 

His family has started a GoFundMe page. Also, the UW-Superior foundation is taking donations for a memorial for Seaquist. To donate to the memorial fund, click here. The DNT says, when you get to the page, choose "other" in the drop-down menu marked “Designation,” and leave a note that the money should go to the memorial.

Authorities have not given a cause for the explosion, but believe it may have been accidental. The investigation is ongoing.

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