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Apartment Fire Causes Minor Damage

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  Original Published: 10/23/2013Mansfield firefighters are investigating the cause of an early-morning apartment fire. Neighbors at the Brookwood Apartments spotted smoke and flames at 237 North Brookwood Way just before 8:00 a.m., and called 9-1-1. Assistant Fire Chief Mark Sieving says firefighters arrived to find smoke and flames near the front window of that unit. The fire was extinguished within minutes. The man who lives in that apartment had already left for work. And no one was hurt. Sieving says fire damage was limited to a small area in the apartment. But there is extensive smoke damage to that unit and neighboring apartments.
   
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