MONROE, Conn. -- Basement electrical wiring is reportedly being blamed for the fire that caused destruction of an historic house in Monroe early Sunday , Fire Marshal William Davin told the Monroe Courier.
The fire broke out shortly after 5 a.m. Sunday at the two-story, red brick house on Hammertown Road. The home was built in the late 1700s and reportedly had ties to the Underground Railroad. Nobody was injured during the fire, according to the Monroe Courier.
Davin told the Monroe Courier that the fire started inside wooden beams and spread to the attic.
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