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10/18/05

Arson Investigation Continues

A vacant house that caught fire Monday was scheduled for demolition. Firefighters suspect arson caused the fire in the 3400 block of East Broadway.

They responded to a fire at the same house just weeks earlier. They still don't know exactly what caused the fire but they believe materials inside the house were used.

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