An in a single day hearth destroyed the historic Lutsen Resort lodge, Minnesota’s oldest working resort, for the third time in 75 years, the lodge introduced in a social media put up on Tuesday.
Just earlier than 12:30 a.m., hearth crews have been notified of a hearth alarm on the Lutsen Resort’s essential lodge, the Cook County Sheriff’s Office advised Fox 9.
Lutsen is alongside Minnesota’s North Shore, positioned about 90 minutes northeast of Duluth.
Officials said that workers members on the lodge reported seeing smoke coming from the ground within the foyer space of the lodge. The sheriff’s workplace advised Fox 9 that the constructing was “completely engulfed” in flames.
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“The Historic Lutsen Lodge has been taken by a devastating fire this evening…. A total loss to the lodge building…. Fires in 1949, 1951 and 2024,” a lodge spokesperson wrote in a social media put up. “The amazing memories made here are in our hearts as we begin the heavy weighted process to rebuild back better,” the lodge wrote.
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Officials confirmed that there have been no company on website and no accidents have been reported.
The Minnesota Fire Marshall is investigating to find out the reason for the hearth.
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The resort’s historical past goes again 139 years when the plot of land was bought by a Swedish immigrant, Charles Axel Nelson.