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HUNTINGTON - A single-family home which houses the Unitarian Fellowship of Huntington was damaged by fire Saturday evening.

The fire was reported at 7:40 p.m. It started in the second floor and spread to the third floor of the building in the 600 block of 6th Avenue, according to Huntington Deputy Fire Chief Scott Earls.

Earls commended his firefighters for getting the fire out quickly. He also said there was minimal damage to the building.

The cause is under investigation, but Earls said it did not look suspicious.

The home also houses residents. No one was injured in the fire.


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