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Five people pulled from the water as boat catches fire


Death toll rises to 5 children in Greensboro apartment fire


SBI: No foul play suspected in Duplin County church fire


Woman dies in Christmas Eve fire


Electrical fire damages Greenville home


Officials investigating suspicious shop fire


Several crews battle overnight mobile home fire


Multiple fire departments battle early morning house fire


UPDATE: Lightning likely cause of Duplin County church fire


Homeowner: neighbor saved my life and home


Fire destroys Henderson factory for the second time


Topsail Condo fire caused by faulty electrical outlet


NEW INFO: Croatan fires both contained; one cause ruled as arson


Red Cross assisting family of six after Duplin County fire


UPDATE: Crews responded to a Pitt County Barn Fire Saturday night


Ayden Fire Department responds to early morning structure fire


Greenville residents displaced after house fire


Officials say a cigarette possibly started house fire


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