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    Photos: Fire in Fairfield damages a mobile home that was used for storage - Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Devon Barnaby and his girlfriend Raven Zachary watch Tuesday as firefighters from Fairfield, Skowhegan and Waterville mop up a fire scene caused by an unattended campfire on their neighbor's residence at 394 Middle Road in Fairfield. The property is a few miles north of the intersection with Norridgewock Road. Flames spread to brush and then damaged a mobile home that was used for storage, Fairfield and Benton Fire-Rescue Chief Duane Bickford said. No one was hurt.

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    Photos: Fire in Fairfield damages a mobile home that was used for storage - Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Firefighters from Fairfield, Skowhegan and Waterville on Tuesday responded to a fire caused by an unattended campfire at 394 Middle Road in Fairfield. The property is a few miles north of the intersection with Norridgewock Road. Flames spread to brush and then damaged a mobile home that was used for storage, Fairfield and Benton Fire-Rescue Chief Duane Bickford said. No one was hurt. The Maine Forest Service says the fire danger for much of the state is high this week due to dry conditions, steady wind and other factors.

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    Photos: Fire in Fairfield damages a mobile home that was used for storage - Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    A firefighter responds Tuesday to a fire caused by an unattended campfire at 394 Middle Road in Fairfield. Fire departments from Fairfield, Waterville and Skowhegan battled the blaze. The property is a few miles north of the intersection with Norridgewock Road. No one was hurt. The Maine Forest Service says the fire danger for much of the state is high this week due to dry conditions, steady wind and other factors.

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