Boat manufacturer's building destroyed in fire

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No one was hurt in a fire that destroyed a building this weekend at the Premier Marine complex in Wyoming, Minn.

The building was used to house a welding shop for the pontoon boat manufacturer, according to an article in the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Wyoming Police Chief Paul Hoppe told the newspaper the fire hit one of the seven buildings in the complex and was brought under control in an hour.

There have been two or three fires in the Premier Marine complex during the last five years, Hoppe said.

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