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Fire Damages Glass House In Mansfield

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 9/25/2013

A fire Tuesday night has put a small Mansfield business temporarily out of business. The blaze broke-out at 9 pm at the Glass House at 526 Park Avenue West. Fire Chief Steve Strickling says firefighters arrived to find smoke coming from the front of the building. He says the fire was caused by smoking materials being carelessly discarded. The store and merchandise sustained smoke damage, but no flame damage. The store apparently was closed for the night and no firefighters were injured. The owners have contracted with Zara Construction to repair the damage. A company employee was on the scene Wednesday morning assessing the damage, and says the Glass House can be repaired and re-opened within a month.

   
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