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Grand Traverse County Home Destroyed by Fire

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A house without power was completely destroyed by a fire early Sunday, in Grand Traverse County.

The call came in shortly before 3:30 AM, to the Grand Traverse Metro Department.

Eight minutes later, firefighters arrived at the fully engulfed home that is within the 200 block of High Lake Road, in East Bay Township.

26 firefighters from Three Metro Station, fought the fire for nearly an hour and crews were mopping up for several hours afterward.

Crews say the home had been without electricity for the last two days, so the cause of the fire is under investigation.

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