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Brainerd firefighters respond to crash, alarm

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BRAINERD — The Brainerd Fire Department was called to a two-vehicle crash Friday, March 4, on the 7000 block of Lake Forest Road.

Firefighters were called to this crash at 1:42 p.m. and assisted at the scene.

Also on Friday, firefighters responded to a call at 8:48 p.m. to the 400 block of Blue Jay Court for a report of a carbon monoxide alarm. Upon investigation, it was determined to be unfounded.

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