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3 fires cause significant damage to Montgomery homes


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The Montgomery Fire Department says its investigating three fires that all happened within the past 24 hours.According to LtJason Cupps, the three properties were located at 6th Street, Santee Drive, and Ranch DriveAll of the fires resulted in heavy damage or complete property loss.The fire on 6th Street resulted in a total loss of propertyCupps says while no humans were injured, a dog and puppies died as a resultThe cause of the fire has yet to be determined and remains under investigation.On Santee Drive, there was heavy damage to the structureThe cause was determined to be accidental and electrically relatedNo one was injured.The fire on Ranch Drive caused significant damage and may later be determined as a total lossCupps says this fire was also determined accidental and electrically relatedNo one was injured.

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