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Attic Fire on Phipps Hill

by Bobby Blair
October 26, 2013

Emergency responders were call to 1110 Washington Street Saturday night around 9:50 p.m.

Reports of a fire in the attic with a man trapped still in the attic brought fire crews and ambulances to the house located at the corner of Highland and Washington Streets.

Smoke could be viewed coming from the peak of the roof. A male party in a bath robe was attended to on the front porch of the home by EMT's. Holliston ambulances made several trips to Milford Hospital. It is unknown at this time who was transported to Milford Hospital. A woman at the residence told the HollistonReporter.com that her husband was still in the attic and she believed he was o.k. Fire crews were still on scene at 10:45 p.m. venting the house of smoke.

 

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