Mar 13, 2016 10:16 AM

Greenville home destroyed in 3-alarm fire

GREENVILLE - Firefighters are investigating a Saturday night fire that destroyed a home on Adams Avenue.

The family living there, a couple and their two daughters, were not home at the time, according to the Union Leader, who spoke with Fire Chief Charles Buttrick.

Firefighters responded to 55 Adams Ave. shortly after 11 p.m., he said. The three-alarm fire drew about 70 to 75 firefighters from around the region.

“It was fully involved when we got here,” Buttrick said.

The Red Cross is involved and providing assistance to the family.

There was no immediately indication of what had caused the fire, Buttrick said, and an investigation was underway on Sunday.

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