Fire, smoke and water damage Guilford home

Smoke poured from the eves and roof of a Grove Street home owned by Clay  Lane in Guilford Monday as Guilford, Sangerville and Dover-Foxcroft firefighters worked to extinguish a fire that reportedly was electrical in nature. Lane had been renovating the one-story ranch home and had been working outside when the fire started, Willy Williams, Guilford's assistant chief, said Monday. The home received minor smoke, fire and water damage, he said. The owner had construction insurance on the property, according to Williams. (Bangor Daily News Photo by Diana Bowley)
Smoke poured from the eves and roof of a Grove Street home owned by Clay Lane in Guilford Monday as Guilford, Sangerville and Dover-Foxcroft firefighters worked to extinguish a fire that reportedly was electrical in nature. Lane had been renovating the one-story ranch home and had been working outside when the fire started, Willy Williams, Guilford's assistant chief, said Monday. The home received minor smoke, fire and water damage, he said. The owner had construction insurance on the property, according to Williams. (Bangor Daily News Photo by Diana Bowley)
Posted Oct. 12, 2009, at 10:54 p.m.

GUILFORD, Maine — Smoke poured from the eaves of a home owned by Clay Lane on Grove Street in Guilford on Monday as Guilford, Sangerville and Dover-Foxcroft firefighters worked to extinguish a fire that reportedly was electrical in origin.

Lane had been renovating the one-story ranch home and had been working outside when the fire started, Guilford Assistant Fire Chief Willy Williams said Monday.

The home had minor smoke, fire and water damage, according to Williams, but the owner had construction insurance on the property, he said.

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