Fires strike two Hudson residences over the weekend
By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Reporter | Jan 19, 2021
Two Hudson firefighters remove the washer-dryer unit that appears to have caused the working fire that damaged a Maple Avenue apartment building on Sunday. No injuries were reported.
Firefighters work in and around the large apartment building at the corner of Central Street and maple Avenue checking for hot spots after bringing under control a fire that appears to have started in a washer-dryer unit.
Smoke pours from an upper-story window as firefighters climb a ladder to assist the firefighter battling the fire from inside the second floor during the blaze at 20 Adam Drive in Hudson early Monday morning.
Firefighters work from inside and outside checking for hot spots after crews brought under control a fire that broke out at 20 Adam Drive in Hudson early Monday morning.
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