Structure Fires Hit Marlborough
Two structure fires hit the city over the weekend.
Marlborough firefighters fought two structure fires over the weekend.
The first fire broke out at 5:21 p.m. on Friday at 698 Pleasant Street. When the first engine arrived, heavy smoke was visible from the eaves of the building and there was no access to the basement area, according to a release from the fire department.
Fire fighters were able to gain entry to the basement area, where the fire was, from the cellar stairs. The fire was quickly extinguished and the last Marlborough fire unit left the home at 6:13 p.m.
Two engines, one tower and two rescue cars responded the fire.
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On Saturday, fire fighters responded to a structure fire at 9:20 in the morning at 468 Elm Street.
The first unit on the scene reported the fire to be in a utility room, according to fire officials. Three engines, a tower and two rescue cars were on the scene, where the fire was quickly extinguished. The scene was cleared at 11:06 a.m.
There were no injuries reported at either incident, said officials. The causes of both fires are under investigation by the Marlborough Fire Department’s Fire Investigation Unit.