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Downtown Dupo Home Destroyed By Fire

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photo by Jerame Simmons
photo by Jerame Simmons

A downtown Dupo fire was destroyed by fire the night of Feb. 2. The mother and daughter will lived there lost nearly all of their possessions inside the residence at 500 S. Main (across from Dairy Land). A 911 call was made at 10:33 p.m. by a passing motorist who saw the home full engulfed …

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