UPDATE: GF House FireGrand Forks fire crews were called to a house fire at 1504 6th Avenue North that was reported shortly after 4:30pm Wednesday. Crews say no one was in the home when the fire started, and that no one was hurt. The fire was put out and crews remained on scene to watch for hot spots. The cause has not been determined yet.
Damage from a wdnesday house fire in Grand Forks is estimated at 45-thousand dollars.
The fire at 1504 6th Avenue North in Grand Forks is believed to have started in the bathroom on the second floor.
No one was inside the home when the fire started, and no one was injured, but the fire ruptured a water main, which led to considerable water damage.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
The fire not only displaced the people living there. But also 3 cats and a dog.
The homeless animals are staying at the Circle of Friends Humane Society. The Humane Society takes in animals removed from their home because of certain situations.
"I mean anyone of us could be in that situation and when we do and its good to know that there is some place for those pets to come and be taken care of," Arlette Moen, Circle of Friends Executive Director.
The animals will be cared for as long as they need a home.