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Residents at 3311 Decatur Ave. displaced after fast-moving fire destroys home in Norwood

Residents displaced by a fast-moving fire in Norwood say they are doing their best to cope with the loss of their homes. The fire is out at 3311 Decatur Ave., but cautious people have been passing

News 12 Staff

Sep 11, 2014, 10:02 PM

Updated 3,572 days ago

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Residents displaced by a fast-moving fire in Norwood say they are doing their best to cope with the loss of their homes.
The fire is out at 3311 Decatur Ave., but cautious people have been passing by the scene pointing at the rubble and charred debris left behind from Wednesday's fire.
Jarrod Holman, who jumped from a second-floor window to escape his burning apartment, says his family is still in shock, but are thankful no one lost their life in the fire.
He says his cousin and a friend who were injured after leaping to the ground are now out of the hospital.
Vacate signs have been issued for three buildings, including a neighborhood day care center. 
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.


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