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BHS alarm goes off, sends out firefighters

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Firefighters responded to a fire alarm during the early morning Friday, May 15, at Brainerd High School.

The Brainerd Fire Department was called to the fire alarm at 4:44 a.m. at BHS, 702 SW Fifth St.. The alarm was determined to be unfounded.

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