Fire in New London home displaces five

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New London – Two adults and three children were displaced by a fire at their home Saturday afternoon at 12 Union Court.

The fire started around 4 p.m. on the second floor of the home and resulted in minor damage, Battalion Chief Marc Melanson said. There were no injuries.

Melanson said that the American Red Cross is helping the family. The fire is under investigation by the New London fire marshal's office, he said.

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