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Modified 5-Apr-24
Created 17-Jun-17
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Several businesses were destroyed when fire tore through this commercial building. Around 1839 hrs a call came in for a smell of something burning in the building. On arrival of firefighters a 2nd alarm was struck for smoke coming from the roof. On the 2nd alarm companies from Auburn, Leicester, Charlton and Dudley responded. With the fire up in the void space of the cockloft the fire was gaining headway so at around 1933 hrs a 3rd alarm was transmitted bringing additional companies from Southbridge, Northbridge, Millbury and Douglas to the scene. The State Fire Marshal was also called to the fire. An antique store as well as a Land Survey Company were the occupants of the building. The building appears to be a total loss.

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Guestbook for Oxford - 3 Alarms - June 16th
Ken LaBelle(non-registered)
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