Picking up the pieces
Measured in dollars and cents, the items Dennis Logelin and his crew found in the aftermath of Thursday’s fire that destroyed the Hillcrest Apartment building in south Brainerd don’t add up to much.
A Bible. A picture of a victim’s deceased husband. And perhaps the most surprising recovery, Bino, a cat who fled the scene only to return to hide under a bed in its former apartment.
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