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NATICK _ Natick extinguished a 2-alarm house fire overnight.

Around 3 a,m., Natick 9-1-1 received a call for a structure fire at 10 Davis Brook Drive.

When firefighters arreived they found heavy smoke coming from the house and a large volume of fire in the attached garage.

A second alarm was transmitted bringing mutual aid to the scene and for coverage at Natick stations.

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All occupants were out of the building and accounted for, said the fire department.

The fire was quickly brought under control and extinguished just after 4 a.m., said Natick Fire.

Crews from Wellesley, assisted firefighters on the scene.

Framingham and Wayland firefighters covered Natick stations.

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Crews cleared the scene around 6 a.m.

The fire caused extensive damage to the house.

Four individuals were displaced.

Fortunately, working smoke alarms alerted the occupants to the fire and they were all able to make it out of the house safely, said the fire department.

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Photos courtesy of Natick Fire

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