UPDATE: Multiple units respond to fire at vacant building in Flemington

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Multiple department responded to a vacant structure fire in Flemington (WBOY image)

(UPDATE Nov. 1, 2:27 p.m.)

The structure fire which was reported in Flemington just before noon on Monday was in a vacant residence. The building has not totally collapsed, but the inside has taken on substantial damage; it is expected to be a total loss.

No injuries have been reported.

FLEMINGTON, W.Va. — Multiple units have been called to a fully-involved structure fire at a vacant building in Flemington.

According to the Harrison/Taylor County 911 Communications Center, a call of a structure fire was received at 11:55 a.m. on Monday.

Responding to the scene were the Boothesville, Bridgeport, Flemington and Grafton fire departments, comm center officials said.

At this time, no injuries have been reported. There is no word on the damage to the structure or the cause of the fire currently.

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