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No injuries reported after Hudson house is hit by fire
A fire at 106 Ferry St. Hudson, Monday left the home with heavy smoke and water damage. (APRIL GUILMET)
Hudson Fire Capt. David Morin said the fire appears to have originated in the rear section of the home's first level.
Firefighters arrived at the 106 Ferry St. home, located about a half mile from the Library Street fire station, within minutes.
The fire was brought under control by 4 p.m., and Ferry Street was reopened a short time later.
According to local property records, Nilfa and John Collins own the property. The two-story New Englander home dates to the early 1900s.
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