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2 found dead in southeast North Dakota fire

The two victims were found during firefighting operations inside the house, according to the Lisbon Fire Department. Their names have not been released.

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A fire at this home in Lisbon, North Dakota, claimed two lives on Friday, Nov. 18, 2022.
Photo via Lisbon Fire Department
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LISBON, N.D. — Two people died in a fire at a Lisbon home on Friday night, Nov. 18, according to the Lisbon Fire Department.

The fire was reported about 11:05 p.m. at 18 Oak Street in Lisbon, a Ransom County town about 75 miles southwest of Fargo.

When fire crews arrived, they encountered heavy smoke and flames, fire officials said in a post on the department's Facebook page.

The two victims were found during firefighting operations inside the house. Their names have not been released.

The house was a total loss, fire officials said.

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The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Related Topics: FIRESNORTH DAKOTA
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