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Crime Man Killed In Burlington House Fire; Mother Rescued

23:55  09 january  2020
23:55  09 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

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BURLINGTON (CBS) – A man in his 50s was killed in a house fire on Maryvale Rd. in Burlington Thursday afternoon.

  Man Killed In Burlington House Fire; Mother Rescued © Provided by CBS Boston

The victim’s mother was rescued by a neighbor and a delivery driver. All three were taken to the hospital for treatment.

The Burlington Fire Chief believes the fire started in the man’s bedroom.

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A Burlington house fire on Maryvale Ave. (WBZ-TV)

No other information has been released.

Firefighters quickly knocked down the bulk of the flames, but the house was heavily damaged by the fire.

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