MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minneapolis fire crews are battling a blaze on the city’s north side Wednesday afternoon.
According to the Minneapolis Fire Department, the second floor of a two-story duplex on the 1500 block of Russell Avenue North was burning.
Firefighters have completed a search of the duplex, and the bulk of it has been extinguished.
A second alarm was called “for extra personnel due to the hot weather,” the department said.
The Red Cross was called to help eight people and a dog. No injuries were reported.
The fire’s cause is under investigation.
Check back for more details in this developing story.
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