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Firefighters battle house fire in Arnco

by Staff Reports - news@newnan.com

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Photo by Jeffrey Leo


Firefighters are battling a single family structure fire on 75 Climet-Harris Road in Arnco.

Smoke and flames poured out of the roof when firefighters arrived on scene, who began an aggressive interior attack – going through the front door of the burning building.

There are currently no reported injuries.

The fire is under investigation by the County Fire Department. It is the second house fire in Arnco in the last week.

The Times-Herald will update this story as more details develop.



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