Investigators assess damage from six-alarm blaze in Stamford's south end

Investigators are trying to assess the damage caused by Monday?s fire at the old Yale and Towne Complex in Stamford's south end. The six-alarm blaze forced at least a dozen people from the building and

News 12 Staff

Apr 4, 2006, 5:24 PM

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Investigators assess damage from six-alarm blaze in Stamford's south end
Investigators are trying to assess the damage caused by Monday?s fire at the old Yale and Towne Complex in Stamford's south end. The six-alarm blaze forced at least a dozen people from the building and prompted officials to evacuate at least 200 others from the area. Authorities say one of the 65 firefighters who responded to the scene suffered a minor knee injury. No other injuries were reported. The building housed the Stamford Antique Center, a custom motorcycle shop, a furniture refinishing company and artists' studios. There are no details yet on the antiques and motorcycles that were destroyed. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Related Story


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