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Police and fire

  • Cause unclear as fire guts home
    A two story home went up in flames this morning and it took firefighters 18 minutes to get the fire under control, said Fort Wayne Fire Department Public Information Officer Stacy Fleming.
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Courtesy Indiana State Police
This jackknifed semi was removed from the southbound lanes of Interstate 69 at the 333-mile marker north of Auburn, Indiana State Police said.

I-69 reopen after jackknifed semis removed

Interstate 69 has reopened in DeKalb County after jackknifed semis have slowed or stopped traffic at three locations, Indiana State Police said today.

The jackknifes were at the 323-mile marker near the Allen County border, the 333-mile marker north of Auburn and the 340-mile marker near Waterloo, state police at Fort Wayne said in a statement.

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