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House Fire at Milford Town Line

by Bobby Blair
December 8, 2013

Holliston's Ladder # 1 was called for mutual aid to the Town of Milford Sunday afternoon.

The alarm just past 12:30 p.m. at 481 E. Main Street brought fire crews from both Milford and Holliston. The four-bedroom home located on the town line received damage to the rear portion of the building plus smoke damage.

Next door Holliston neighbor Bill Devitt told the HollistonReporter.com that three younger children were sheltering in his home while their parents surveyed the damage to their home.

According to Holliston Fire Chief Michael Cassidy, the family was left homeless.

 

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