WDAY / WDAZ Staff
OTTER TAIL COUNTY, Minn. - A man was hurt after a rollover crash on Interstate 94, east of Dalton at 11:06 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 7. Twenty-one-year-old Hassan Fofana of Champlin, Minn. was westbound on the highway when his car left the road and rolled over in the median. Road conditions were icy at the time of the crash, according to the accident report. Fofana treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Welcome to your news update. GENERAL STORE FIRE Crews are still battling flames this morning after a fire broke out last night at the Langdon's General Store.
Wadena County, MN-- A woman is hurt after her car hit a semi-truck on Highway 71 around mile post 249 at 4:11 p.m. on Thursday. 34-year-old Mary Byman of Verndale, MN was driving south on the highway when she crossed over into the northbound lanes and hit the semi-truck below the driver side door. 60-year-old Michael Erickson of Osakis, MN was the driver of the semi-truck and was not hurt in the crash.
Langdon, ND-- A fire broke out at Langdon's General Store on 802 3rd street at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday. Crews arrived on the scene and saw flames shooting through the roof of the building. An insurance company is also attached to the building and employees were able to run inside and save some things that were in it. No one was hurt in the fire and a cause is unknown at this time. According to officials, the fire is still burning and is expected to keep burning throughout most of the day.
Welcome to your news update. GRAIN ELEVATOR EXPLOSION Fire crews were still on scene in East Grand Forks this morning keeping an eye out for hot spots after an explosion.
Multiple crews are on scene of a large fire in Hallock, Minnesota Wednesday night. The Kittson County Sheriff's Department says just before 6:30 p.m. a neighbor noticed flames shooting from the roof of the Hallock Electric building. They say it was fully engulfed, and witnesses say Highway 75 has now been closed off as fire crews work to get more water sources. Authorities say no injuries have been reported and they're unsure of a cause at this time.
Welcome to your news update. NORTH FARGO FIRE DISPLACES FIVE APARTMENTS An apartment building is damaged this morning after a fire in North Fargo.
People living in five apartments in Fargo are out of their homes this morning after a fire in the complex. The Fargo Fire Department said crews arrived around 6:00 Tuesday evening to find flames in the attic of one of the apartments on the 1100 block of 4th St. North. The department said no one was injured, but damage to the building's electrical system was so extensive that people had to be evacuated. The department said all of the people displaced have found a place to stay. The cause of the fire has yet to be determined.
Welcome to your news update. BEMIDJI HOUSE FIRE A bemidji home is damaged this morning after a fire. It happened in the northern township around 10:20 last night. When fire fighters arrived on scene, they found the fire inside the living room. Crews battled the flames for about four hours. Everyone inside the home escaped without injury. The fire caused moderate damaged to the home. The cause is still under investigation. PLANE LANDING GEAR MALFUNCTIONS
Ottertail, MN-- A lake home is a total loss after a fire at 46885 Jackson trail on the south side of Rush Lake at 2:48 p.m. on Monday. Otter Tail County Deputies arrived on the scene first and saw flames along the roof line of the house. The flames were in the area of the fireplace chimney. The lake homeowner, 53-year-old Michael Haglin of Independence, MN and a friend evacuated the home with help from a neighbor and were able to recover some items from the attached garage.