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Fire rips through Peterborough home on Tudor Crescent in city’s east end

Thick smoke was seen billowing from a home on Tudor Crescent in Peterborough's east end Tuesday. Firefighters battled the blaze and say occupants inside made it out safely.

No one was injured after a fire broke out at a home in Peterborough’s east end on Tuesday afternoon.

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Fire crews were called to Tudor Crescent around 12:50 p.m. and were met with thick smoke billowing from a home.

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Everyone inside the home managed to get out safely, according to firefighters on scene.

It’s believed the fire started in the bathroom and quickly spread to the roof.

A nearby home also sustained heat damage.

No word yet on the cause of the fire.

Late Tuesday night, platoon chief Jeff Guest said damage was pegged at $200,000. He noted paramedics, Enbridge and Peterborough Utility Services also attended the scene.

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