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Fireworks Fire Investigated in Bismarck

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The Bismarck Rural Fire Department responded to a cargo trailer full of fireworks exploding this weekend.

The call came in just before seven a.m. Saturday.

Crews responded to Memory Fireworks north of Bismarck off Highway 83.

They were able to put out the fireworks fire.

About $10,000 in fireworks was destroyed along with the trailer also valued at $10,000.

The State Fire Marshals office is investigating the incident.

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