South Thomaston home heavily damaged in fire

By Daniel Dunkle | Feb 08, 2013
Photo by: Daniel Dunkle Firefighters work in the snowstorm Feb. 8 at the scene of a mobile home fire on the Dublin Road in South Thomaston.

South Thomaston — A two-alarm fire caused heavy damage Feb. 8 to a mobile home at 67 Dublin Road, but no one was injured in the blaze.

Amanda Cleary and Zach Robbins were home at the time of the fire, according to South Thomaston Fire Chief Bryan Calderwood.

The fire started in the bottom of the home where the residents had been using heat tape to thaw frozen pipes. The fire spread to the upper portion.

Firefighters from South Thomaston, St. George and Thomaston responded in cold, snowy conditions. The road was blocked off at the intersection of Route 73 while emergency vehicles lined the road and first responders worked at the scene.

Calderwood said there were still hot spots to deal with at the scene at around 6 p.m. The fire had started around 5:30.

 

Ben Caron of St. George looks toward the scene of a fire in South Thomaston Feb. 8. (Photo by: Daniel Dunkle)
The lights from emergency vehicles shine like Christmas lights in the midst of a snowstorm on Dublin Road in South Thomaston. (Photo by: Daniel Dunkle)
Snowflakes dance in the headlights of emergency vehicles Feb. 8 in South Thomaston. (Photo by: Daniel Dunkle)
Comments (1)
Posted by: Maine Coast Petroleum | Feb 10, 2013 10:34

Yeah, a fire, property loss, and human suffering is a real source of festive and Christmas-like illumination... nice observation V/S.



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