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Eight left homeless by Ogden house fire
First Published Jul 19 2013 11:47 am • Last Updated Jul 22 2013 03:46 pm

A fast-moving fire heavily damaged a house in Ogden Friday morning, leaving eight residents without a home.

Public safety dispatchers confirmed the blaze was reported 7:35 a.m. at 118 W. Ray St. Firefighters quickly snuffed the flames, but not before it had caused extensive smoke and fire damage to the wood structure.

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No one was hurt.

The cause was under investigation.

The residents of the home were being assisted with food, shelter and clothing needs by the Utah Red Cross.


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