House burns quickly in Harriman

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By Cindy Simpson

When Harriman Fire Department arrived at 260 Baumgartner Road last weekend, the home was already engulfed in flames.
“The fire department was on arrival within two minute of being paged out. The structure was completely involved. Even when the neighbors called it in they said fire  was already coming out of the top,” said fire chief Brad Goss.
“It took us probably 45 minutes to actually get it under control.”
The owners were out of town, according to Goss.
The department was paged just before 1 a.m. Sunday morning.

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