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House Fire on Hanlon Road

by Bobby Blair
March 30, 2017

See Fire Chief Michael Cassidy's update on page 2.

 

Firemen were called to 27 Hanlon Road on Thursday night for a report of an active house fire.

Smoke was visible rising from the second story of the home located not far from from Marshall Street.

The 9 pm blaze left one apparent resident of the home standing curb side without a coat.  The extent of damage is unknown at this time.

Update from Chief Cassidy:

At 9:01 PM on Thursday, March 30, the Holliston Fire Department responded to a report of a house fire on Hanlon Road.  On arrival, fire was already visible through the roof.  Crews entered the single family home, and extinguished a fire in a second floor bedroom which had extended into the attic.  Crews were on scene until shortly before midnight extinguishing hot spots, and assisting the residents removing personal belongings.

The origin and cause of the fire is under investigation.  The damage was estimated to be $400,000.  There were no injuries.

 

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Comments (2)

This is our house. We are okay. Thank you to all the wonderful first responders. Mary Heath

- Mary Heath | 3/31/17 1:11 AM

Bobby, it is Thursday

- Bob Nemet | 3/30/17 10:09 PM

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