Monday News Update (6/19)
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CAR CRASHES INTO BASEMENT
It was incredibly scary situation for some in East Grand Forks when a car came crashing through a basement.
Police say the call came in just after midnight Monday morning.
The person who was inside the home sent us photos of the scene.
They say it was horrifying because their bedroom was just on the other side of the wall.
Few other details are being released, but authorities did say they took someone into custody after the crash.
No one was hurt.
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OVER $1 MILLION IN DAMAGE
A massive fire at a Bismarck RV storage shed caused more than $2 miollion in damages.
More than 40 emergency workers responded to the blaze at the Capital RV shop Sunday morning.
Fire crews found multiple motor homes already on fire when they arrived.
They even had to use a payloader to pull the burning RV's out of the building to extinguish them completely.
According to the fire department, the damage to the building alone is estimated to be more than $1.5 million.
The blaze damaged at least another $1 million to the RV's.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
No one was injured.
Some homeowners near South Turtle Lake are upset after they say construction of a turkey farm is creating a smelly problem near their homes.
Neighbors say they weren't told that a turkey farm was being built near their lakehomes.
But according to Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the farmer raising the turkeys followed the law.
The MPCA requires feed lots to be built at least 1,000 feet from water after a public notification has been sent out to neighbors via a letter or newspaper article.
The farmer, Ardy Johansen, put a notice in the newspaper in February.
Neighbors say they didn't see it, and were surprised when construction started.
The farmer says they will have have power ventilation to lessen the smell.
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