Century-Old Home Burns To The Ground On Detroit’s East Side
Authorities are investigating a house fire in an east side Detroit neighborhood that might have been started deliberately. The fire took off early Wednesday morning at a home on St. Aubin between Leland and Alexandrine streets, not far from I-75 and Mack Avenue.
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