1 Killed in 3-Alarm Fire

A fire broke out in Holden, Massachusetts, Sunday afternoon, according to officials.

One person was killed in a three-alarm fire in Holden, Massachusetts, Sunday afternoon.

Crews from Holden, Sterling and Paxton were on the scene of the fire at 30 Farragut Way.

The doors of the house were blown off after the blaze broke out. The fire was reported just after 12 p.m.

Fire departments in Oakham and West Boylston sent crews to cover Holden's station.

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