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Four-alarm fire battled in Epsom
EPSOM - Firefighters from eight communities fought a four-alarm fire in Epsom at 358 Black Hall Road early Monday morning.
The farmhouse owned by Eric Reeves was in flames shortly after 4:30 a.m. The structure is one of the oldest surviving farm structures in Epsom, and firefighters were able to stop the flames from spreading to the large attached barn.
A large aerial ladder truck from Concord poured water on the Cape-style house, which is in an area of town that has hydrants.
The house is located a few doors down from the town's elementary school. All that was left standing by late morning were the chimneys.
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