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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Fire Department responded to Royce Road last night, November 7, for an attached garage fire, said Framingham Assistant Fire Chief John Schultz.

The homeowners were awake and smelled smoke and heard a “loud pop,” said the Assistant Chief, and called 9-1-1.

Firefighters arrived at 11 Royce Road around 11 p.m., and found a “small garage fire,” said Chief Schultz.

Engine 5, Engine 1, Engine 2, rescue 1, Ladder 3, and Command 2 all responded to Royce Road, which is located just north of Route 30.

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“Group 2 made quick work and knocked down fire quickly and contained fire to attached garage,” said Chief Schultz.

The Assistant Fire Chief said the “home is habitable,” but that there was an estimated $10,000 worth of damage to the garage.

“Great job by group 2,” said the Assistant Fire Chief.

Fire Marshal still investigating cause of the fire.

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