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Sunday October 20, 2019 (1 month ago)


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FALMOUTH – Firefighters were called to the Gosnold Grove Apartments at 364 East Falmouth Highway (Route 28) sometime before 9:30 PM Sunday evening. A ceiling fan had apparently caught fire in a bathroom. Firefighters knocked down the fire and opened the ceiling to check for fire extension. Adjacent apartment units were evacuated and the ladder […] The post Ceiling fan sparks small fire in Falmouth apartment building appeared first on CapeCod.com.

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