Couch fires set in Ann Arbor after Michigan win (1 year ago)

Apr 8, 2013

Ann Arbor firefighters responded to four couch fires after the University of Michigan basketball team's victory Saturday nightsending the Wolverines to the NCAA championship game. full story

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