Minutes after arriving, the first fire crews knocked down the main body of the fire.
NORWICH, Connecticut – The East Great Plain Volunteer Fire Department responded to a second alarm structure fire at the Holiday Inn in Norwich on Sunday.
Around 2:52 p.m., the firefighters on site discovered a fire in an outbuilding with no direct extension to the main building.
The Mohegan Tribal FD FAST, Yantic Taftville, Norwich Public Utilities were also added to help with the structure fire.
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Minutes after arriving, the first fire crews knocked down the main body of the fire. The other fire crews participated in the extinguishing and restoration.
The fire was brought under control around 3:20 p.m.
The Norwich Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the fire.
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