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Emergency crews extinguish blaze at Wellington residence

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Fire fighters wrap up after extinguishing a blaze at the Wellington home of Kim and Paula Noyes. The May 28 fire flared at approximately 12:45 p.m., with Wellington and Price crews responding to the scene. According to Wellington assistant fire chief Richard Ghrist, the thick dark smoke made it difficult for emergency crews to move through the house. After extinguishing the fire, Ghrist indicated officials found no structural damage. But the walls were scourged and the residence incurred smoke damage. The investigation into the incident continues.

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