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East Fisher Street house damaged in fire

SALISBURY – No one was hurt when a fire damaged a single-story house on East Fisher Street on Sunday morning.
The report of a structure fire at at 506 E. Fisher St. came in just before 8 a.m. Sunday, said Battalion Chief Currie Butler of the Salisbury Fire Department.
The house was 50 percent involved, with fire visible through the roof, when firefighters got to the scene.It took about 45 minutes to bring it under control, Butler said.
The two adult occupants, a man and a woman who is the homeowner, got out on their own and were not hurt.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation. Butler said it appeared to have started at the rear of the building in the back porch area.
In addition to Salisbury, the Granite Quarry and Spencer fire departments responded to the scene.

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