2 injured, 10 displaced in Wayzata fire

Two people were injured and 10 displaced in a townhouse fire early Saturday morning.
Two adults were treated at Hennepin County Medical Center for smoke inhalation. One lived in the home where the fire originated, the Star Tribune reported.
Everyone made it out of the townhouses safely, KARE 11 said.
The fire was reported at 12:40 a.m. Saturday in the townhouses, which are located on Hampton Street near the intersection with LaSalle Street, east of Wayzata's downtown area, the Star Tribune said. They are connected side by side.
Wayzata Fire Chief Kevin Klapprich said he thinks the complex will have to be torn down, due to the extensive damage.
The cause of the fire is under investigation. Wayzata police Lt. Mike Murphy said there was nothing to indicate a suspicious origin, the Star Tribune reported.
About 80 firefighters from multiple departments responded to the blaze, KARE 11 said.

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