Fire destroys Plymouth home

By Zachary Maricle

Sun Staff Intern

PLYMOUTH – Up to eight local fire departments were called to Plymouth late Saturday in response to a blazing house fire.



At approximately 8:30 p.m. Saturday, a 911 emergency call in the Town of Plymouth reported a fire at the residence of Rowena Graph at 105 Morley Road.

Residents in the home had smelled smoke and immediately called 911 for help. Plymouth Fire Chief Matthew Bates was the first on the scene, arriving approximately two minutes after the call. Around 8:40 p.m., a call for mutual aid from nearby stations was sent out.


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