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More Than a Dozen Left Homeless After Springfield House Fire

No one was hurt but 14 people, including 10 children, now have to find someplace else to stay

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    More Than a Dozen Left Homeless After Springfield House Fire

    More than a dozen people are homeless after a house fire in Springfield, Massachusetts.

    According to Springfield Fire spokesperson Denis Leger, the fire at 605 Plainfield Street started just before 5 p.m. Sunday.

    No one was hurt but 14 people, including 10 children, now have to find someplace else to stay.

    The Red Cross is helping the victims.

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    The Arson and Bomb Squad has determined that improper disposal of smoking materials caused the fire.

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