Two-Alarm Fire Erupts In Sudbury Home

SUDBURY (CBS) – Nobody was injured Saturday afternoon when a 2-alarm fire tore through a Sudbury home.

The two people in the home escaped the home safely.

The fire erupted in the bathroom of 106 Ruddock Road at 4:30 p.m., according to the Sudbury Fire Department. Crews were able to knock down the flames after they spread to the attic.

Flames did damage to the Sudbury home's roof. (Photo: Sudbury Fire Department)

Flames did damage to the Sudbury home’s roof. (Photo: Sudbury Fire Department)

“Our crews were able to arrive quickly and stop this fire before it consumed the house, despite the fact that home was set far away from the road,” said Sudbury Fire Chief William Miles. “It was a good all-around effort by our firefighters and the responding mutual aid communities.”

There is no word on the cause of the fire yet, the fire department said. Firefighters from Framingham, Lincoln, Maynard, Wayland and Concord. Firefighters from Weston, Hudson and Marlborough covered Sudbury’s stations.



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