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No injuries reported after glow destroys garage that housed automotive correct …

 

NORTHFIELD — No injuries were reported early Friday after glow broken a empty residence and trustworthy garage that housed an automotive correct use on Mount Herman Station Road.

The glow pennyless out shortly before 3 a.m. during 725 Mount Herman Station Road. The highway is also famous as Route 142.

Jennifer Mieth, mouthpiece for a state Fire Marshal’s office, pronounced a fire, that stays underneath investigation, pennyless out in a basement.

Northfield Fire Chief Skip Dunnell told WWLP that a garage housed Barnes Automotive, a longtime family business. Dunnell and other members of a glow dialect were not immediately accessible for comment.

Article source: http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2015/04/no_injuries_reported_after_fir.html

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