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Friday, March 22, 2013

Fire on Cantrell Road

Posted By on Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 1:42 PM

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Fox 16 supplies the photo of a fire in a house on the south side of Cantrell Road, across the road from the Packet House at 1406 Cantrell. In flames is the house at 1317 Cantrell, occupied by the Boyd Law Firm. I had the address wrong in the original version of the item.

The photo was taken from the south side of the house, near the campus of Episcopal Collegiate School. It is east of the historic houses on that stretch that drew attention recently because they were being demolished, apparently for the property to be added to the Episcopal campus.

The fired forced closure of Cantrell in both directions.

Channel 4 has video posted.

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