UPDATED: Framingham Firefighters Extinguish 3 a.m. House Fire

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FRAMINGHAM – Firefighters quickly extinguished a house fire early Sunday morning, March 22.

The call came in at 3 a.m. on 37 Treeland Drive, said Deputy Fire Chief Kurt O’Rourke

When firefighters arrived on the scene they could see heavy smoke and fire from the attic area, said the deputy chief

Two adults and two children were able to escape unharmed due to working smoke detectors., said Deputy Chief O’Rourke

Engine 7, Engine 2, Ladder 1, and the heavy rescue truck from Concord Street, responded to the fire along with the command vehicle.

The fire was knocked down fire fairly quickly, said the deputy chief.

The home is not liveable, said the deputy chief, due to damaged walls & ceilings, and water damage.

No injuries were sustained.

The homeowners made their own arrangements last night, the Red Cross was not called in.

The deputy chief estimated $75,000 worth of damage to the property.


Photo courtesy of Framingham Fire Department


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