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Fire destroys Garrison garage

The Garrison Fire Department responded to the fire, reported at 9:16 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25, in Roosevelt Township, south of Garrison.

The Garrison Fire Department truck.
Nine firefighters were on scene for approximately two hours with no reported injuries.
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GARRISON — A garage burned Sunday, Sept. 25, on the 5600 block of Willow Drive in Crow Wing County.

The Garrison Fire Department responded to the fire, reported at 9:16 p.m. in Roosevelt Township, south of Garrison. According to Garrison Fire Chief Clay Crowther, when firefighters arrived, the garage had already collapsed.

The garage was destroyed. No other buildings were on the property and no one was present at the time of the fire.

Nine firefighters were on scene for approximately two hours with no reported injuries.

Crowther said the fire is being investigated by the State Fire Marshal's office and the Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office.

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