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Man's body found after house fire Submitted: 04/05/2014
Story By Shardaa Gray


LAONA - A 66 year old Laona man died after a house caught on fire this week.

Edward Breaker died in the house.

Forest County Sheriff's department got multiple calls about the fire in Laona early Thursday morning.

When deputies and fire crews got to the house, it was fully engulfed.

The State Fire Marshall was called to the house.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

An autopsy will be done to figure out the cause of his death.

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