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3-alarm fire contained at Bedford home
A three-alarm fire Tuesday morning in Bedford at 30 Ledgewood Road brought out firefighters from several surrounding communities. DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER
BEDFORD — A three-alarm fire ripped through a large Bedford home this morning shortly before 11 a.m., bringing firefighters from several surrounding communities.
The address was listed as 30 Ledgewood Road, which sits off Jenkins Road near Hannaford supermarket. The home is listed in property tax records as owned by Matthew J. and Deborah A. Currier.
No injuries were reported, and the fire was knocked down in about 50 minutes. Officials at the scene said the fire was called in by an off-duty firefighter, who saw smoke while driving on Route 101. When firefighters arrived, the house was fully involved.
Officials said no one was home at the time of the fire.
More details as they become available.
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