Hanover: Overnight fire destroys vacant building

A fire overnight destroys a building that Hanover fire officials say they believe was vacant and not being used.

Fire Chief Jeff Blanchard says on arrival at about 2 o’clock Friday morning, there was heavy fire showing from the rear of a building located behind 775 Washington Street.

Blanchard says the fire, which was reported by police officers on normal patrol, spread through the building. It appears to be a total loss, as the single story buildings sides caved in.

He says a cause is still undetermined, as the fire remains under investigation.

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