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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Fire Damage Estimated $45,000

At least two people were displaced this morning after firefighters were forced to cut a hole in a roof while battling an attic fire on Green Bay’s near west side.

The fire was reported about 6:10 a.m. at the two-story home at 830 S. Maple Ave., said Green Bay fire battalion chief Paul Arvey.

Residents were evacuated when crews arrived and there was smoke coming from the roof.

The fire was contained within 20 minutes and no one was hurt, Arvey said.

Damage is estimated at $45,000 and the cause appears to be accidental, he said, noting electrical issues could not be ruled out. The residents will be displaced pending home inspection and repair, he said.

The Lakeland Chapter of the American Red Cross said it is assisting an adult and child.The property is owned by Heather Reimer and valued at $76,800, according to Brown County online land records.

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