Fire Unrelated to Separate Arson Fire Under Investigation
PLYMOUTH — Chief G. Edward Bradley reports that the Plymouth Fire Department extinguished an electrical fire at a condominium complex on Cliffside Drive Tuesday night, May 12.
The fire is unrelated to a separate arson fire that is currently under investigation by the Plymouth Fire Department, Plymouth Police Department and State Police assigned to the State Fire Marshal’s Office, that took place shortly after midnight today at 4 Avenue A in Plymouth.
At approximately 6 p.m. Tuesday, Plymouth Fire received multiple 911 calls reporting smoke inside of a multi-unit condominium at 66-72 Cliffside Drive.
Upon arrival, firefighters located a fire at the front of the building where the electrical service passes into the building. Firefighters entered the building and saw smoke coming from a utility closet.
The fire was quickly knocked down and extinguished.
All residents were out of the building prior to the arrival of firefighters and no injuries were reported in the incident. No residents were displaced as a result of the fire.
The damage done was estimated to be worth in excess of $75,000.