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Fire destroys garage at Duluth Heights home

A fire destroyed a detached garage at a Duluth Heights home early Sunday. The Duluth Fire Department reported that crews were called at 5:37 a.m. to a report of a fully involved garage fire at 1648 Page St. The first firefighters on the scene fou...

A fire destroyed a detached garage at a Duluth Heights home early Sunday.

The Duluth Fire Department reported that crews were called at 5:37 a.m. to a report of a fully involved garage fire at 1648 Page St. The first firefighters on the scene found the detached garage heavily involved, with flames coming through the roof.

Crews quickly knocked down the flames, but the structure was a total loss. No injuries were reported, and no other buildings were affected.

Damage is estimated at in excess of $50,000. The fire is under investigation by the Duluth Fire Marshal's Office.

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