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Palmer crews on scene structure fire on Fieldstone Drive

PALMER, MA (WSHM) -

Palmer fire officials tell CBS 3 they are on scene of a house fire on Fieldstone Drive. That's just off Route 20.

No word on the extent of the fire. We do have a crew on the way.

Stay with CBS 3 Springfield online and in the first five minutes of CBS 3 Springfield News at 11 for more information.

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