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Morgan County duplex goes up in flames

First Published Sep 04 2012 01:53 pm • Last Updated Sep 05 2012 04:45 pm

A Tuesday afternoon fire destroyed a Morgan duplex home, but no injuries were reported.

A Morgan County sheriff’s dispatcher confirmed that the 12:15 p.m. blaze at 5045 West Old Highway Road remained under investigation Tuesday afternoon and that the cause was unknown.

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The fire was fought by volunteer firefighters from Morgan and Mountain Green, as well as a crew from neighboring Weber County.

Firefighting efforts were complicated by the presence of propane tanks on the site.


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