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Fund set up for NSU athletes displaced by fire

ABERDEEN (AP) -- The Northern State University Foundation has set up a donation fund to help student-athletes displaced by a house fire in Aberdeen. Five people safely escaped the blaze early Saturday. KELO-TV reports that former and current NSU ...

ABERDEEN (AP) -- The Northern State University Foundation has set up a donation fund to help student-athletes displaced by a house fire in Aberdeen.

Five people safely escaped the blaze early Saturday. KELO-TV reports that former and current NSU football players lived in the home.

The university says in a statement that money collected through the fund will help replace some of the residents' belongings.

Authorities have charged a 21-year-old man with intentionally starting the fire following a fight involving his roommate.

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