Fire displaces at least two Dorchester residents on Christmas Eve

Marsha Scott
December 26, 2017

Jeremy Markle also lives at the home, said he and his girlfriend were inside when the fire started.

A Merced family won't have to spend Christmas day away from home after firefighters extinguished an attic fire before it damaged the rest of the home. Once fire crews arrived, they found smoke coming from the eaves of the house.

A fire spokesman said the blaze was completely out by 7:30 a.m.

Several apartments, however, did receive a large amount of smoke damage, Phoenix fire said.

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The Racine Fire Department responded to two fires inside homes late Sunday night, December 24th. He said neighbors were bringing blankets for the residents to wrap themselves in and offering their houses as shelter on the cold, snowy morning. It took about 24 firefighters to put out the flames.

The fire is under investigation.

There were no reported injuries or deaths.

CMPD says both trailers are destroyed and Red Cross is assisting in housing one of the families.

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