Probe can’t determine cause of Minneapolis high-rise fire

FILE - In this Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2019 file photo, Minneapolis Fire Department Chief John Fruetel speaks to the media in front of the building at 630 Cedar Avenue where an early morning fire killed multiple people in Minneapolis. Fire officials say the investigation into the fire is completed and that they haven't been able to determine the cause. Officials found the blaze was accidental, but they weren't able to pinpoint the exact cause.

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