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CLEMMONS, N.C. -- Demolition is underway at the house where two bodies were found in Clemmons.

Pazuzu Algarad and his self-proclaimed wife, Amber Burch, once lived in the home owned by Algarad's mother.

Crews began tearing down the home at 8:45 Friday morning.

Neighbors erupted in cheers as the first bricks fell.

Demolition could take until Saturday, according to the contractor.

After the house is knocked down contractors will flatten and seed the lot.

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