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Fire damages home in Spofford Village
CHESTERFIELD — Firefighters from four departments battled a two-alarm fire at a home in Spofford Village on Friday evening.
Spofford Deputy Fire Chief Michael Fuller said heavy smoke and flames were coming from the roof of the home at 771 Route 63 North when the first firefighters arrived on the scene shortly after 7 p.m.
The owner was not home at the time; a neighbor reported the fire, Fuller said.
The state Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating what caused the fire, but it is not considered to be suspicious, Fuller said. No one was hurt.
Personnel and equipment from Chesterfield, Westmoreland and Keene were called in to battle the fire.
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