FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Authorities investigating the cause of a Fargo apartment fire that displaced about 150 people and killed several pets say they can't prove that smoking sparked the blaze.


FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Authorities investigating the cause of a Fargo apartment fire that displaced about 150 people and killed several pets say they can't prove that smoking sparked the blaze.
Fargo Fire Capt. John Arens told the Forum on Monday that the cause of the Oct. 11 fire at the Galleria apartment complex will officially go down as undetermined.
The fire investigation is closed, but Arens says it can be reopened if more information comes to light.
City inspectors believe the fire and water damage is too extensive for the complex to be rebuilt.