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Fire destroys lakefront home

Crews tested by flames, freezing conditions

11:37 AM, Jan. 24, 2013
Fire crews set up a portable water tank to aid in the firefighting effort.
Fire crews set up a portable water tank to aid in the firefighting effort.
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Insurance investigators worked through the week in an effort to determine the cause of a spectacular fire Sunday night that gutted the Lee and Suzanne Luft home overlooking Lake Michigan in the town of Pierce.

Kewaunee County Fire Chief Greg Hlinak said the fire started in the attic of the five-year-old home at N4702 Lake Shore Drive and was breaking through the roof when his department arrived on the scene shortly after 8:34 p.m.

The coldest weather front in two years had moved in, and the wind-chill factor was well below zero as crews battled the blaze until shortly before sunrise. Hlinak said ...

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