Medical Examiner Identifies Cabin Fire Victim

A man who died last week in a Fairbanks cabin fire has been positively identified by the state medical examiner's office.

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by Associated Press

FAIRBANKS- A man who died last week in a Fairbanks cabin fire has been positively identified by the state medical examiner's office.

The man was 39-year-old Todd Upton.
The 12-by-16 foot wood-frame cabin was on a road off Farmers Loop north of Fairbanks near the Alaska Dog Mushers Association building.
Steese Volunteer Fire Department Deputy Fire Chief Scott Learned says firefighters on Nov. 7 arrived to find the cabin engulfed by flames.
The cabin's value was estimated at $5,000 and it was declared a total loss.