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From the Ft. Morgan Times: http://www.fortmorgantimes.com/articles/2008/04/16/news/local_news/ovideo%20fire.txt


Times Staff Writer
The O’Video and Games store in Fort Morgan sustained significant damage in a fire Tuesday night.

The Fort Morgan Fire Department was called out to handle a blaze at the store on West Platte Avenue around 10 p.m.

When firefighters arrived, two crews entered the back of the building where it appeared the fire was heaviest, and six trucks covered both the back and front of the building, said Mark Frasco, FMFD information officer.

Firefighters found the room and its contents ablaze and used a hose line to extinguish the flames while others cut ventilation holes in the roof, he said.

Frasco said 23 firefighters responded and no one was injured in the fire, although the building was significantly damaged.

Crews returned to the FMFD building about 12:50 a.m. Wednesday, he said.

The cause is still under investigation and Frasco did not know if the merchandise in the front of the store was damaged, he said.
 
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