Colman Street fire displaces three
New London — A fire at 115 Colman St. displaced three people Sunday night.
Those occupants were living on the third floor of the three-family home. The New London Fire Department was dispatched around 4:30 p.m. and distinguished the fire within 15 minutes, the department said.
The fire was contained to the third floor and did not affect occupants living on the first and second floors.
No injuries were reported, and the cause of fire is still under investigation by the New London Fire Marshal’s office.
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