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Wednesday morning fire quickly extinguished in Quechee

Published: 12/8/2022 12:07:13 AM
Modified: 12/8/2022 12:06:53 AM

QUECHEE — A Wednesday morning fire at a Quechee home called out eight area fire departments but was quickly brought under control and the owners are expected to reoccupy the residence, the Hartford Fire Department said in a news release.

Hartford Fire said it responded to a structure fire in a single-family home at 4313 Quechee Main St. and when units arrived they found a fire in a kitchen wall adjacent to a wood burning stove. Firefighters put out the fire, which was under control by 7:36 a.m.

Damage was limited to the fire location in the kitchen and the adjoining room and owners Lawrence and Michelle Hudson, who were home at the time and reported the fire, will be able to return to their home, according to the news release.

There were no reported injuries. The cause and origin of the fire remains under investigation.




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