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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Fire damages Pelham home Sunday evening; no injuries reported

PELHAM – A fire that apparently started in the basement of a Mammoth Road home Sunday evening drew firefighters from Pelham and four surrounding towns, but officials said no injuries resulted from the incident.

Crews were called to 296 Mammoth Road at about 5 p.m., and upon arrival reported a working fire and requested mutual aid engines because a Pelham engine and ambulance were tied up on another call, officials said. ...

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PELHAM – A fire that apparently started in the basement of a Mammoth Road home Sunday evening drew firefighters from Pelham and four surrounding towns, but officials said no injuries resulted from the incident.

Crews were called to 296 Mammoth Road at about 5 p.m., and upon arrival reported a working fire and requested mutual aid engines because a Pelham engine and ambulance were tied up on another call, officials said.

Firefighters quickly knocked down the bulk of the blaze, confining most of the damage to the basement, officials said. They reported some structural damage as a result of the fire, but it wasn’t immediately known whether the occupants were able to return or had to seek temporary shelter.

Officials identified the owner of the home as Pete Milonopoulos. They didn’t state whether he or any other occupants were home at the time the fire broke out.

The incident remains under investigation by fire inspector John Hodge, officials said, adding that a cause had not been determined as of Monday evening.

– DEAN SHALHOUP