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Fire causes extensive damage to Hiawatha home
07/05/2018

Photo credit: Hiawatha Fire Dept.

Image and video hosting by TinyPic The Hiawatha Fire Department responded to an early morning house fire at 111 Navajo on Thursday. Photo credit: Hiawatha Fire Dept.

(KNZA)--Fire caused extensive damage to a Hiawatha home early Thursday morning.

According to Hiawatha Fire Department Public Information Officer Jordanne Shockley, firefighters were paged out at 2:19 to a structure fire at 111 Navajo Avenue.

Shockley says the cause of the fire remains under investigation by the State Fire Marshal’s Office.

No additional information is being released at this time.

Assisting were the Robinson Fire Department, Squad 48, Town and Country EMS and the Hiawatha Police Department.    

 

 

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