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Firefighters worked for several hours fighting a fire in a 16,700-square-foot home in Bloomfield Hills

By Anne Runkle
The Oakland Press

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. — Several Oakland County communities assisted the Bloomfield Hills Department of Public Safety as it battled a fire in a large home in the 100 block of Lone Pine Road on Tuesday, Oct. 31.

Bloomfield Hills public safety personnel responded to a fire alarm and a simultaneous 911 call reporting smoke inside the 16,700-square-foot home at about 2 p.m.

First responders found heavy fire conditions in the second-floor attic, according to a release from the Bloomfield Hills Department of Public Safety.

Crews from several area fire departments worked for three to four hours to get the fire under control at the home on Lone Pine near Woodward Avenue, said Capt. Dustin Lockard of the Bloomfield Hills Department of Public Safety.

They remained on scene for about seven more hours extinguishing hot spots, he said.

Two firefighters received minor injuries and were treated and released. No civilians were injured.

The cause of the fire in the remains under investigation.

Bloomfield Hills thanked its mutual aid partners who assisted: — Berkley Department of Public Safety — Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety — Bloomfield Hills Department of Public Works — Bloomfield Township Fire Department — Bloomfield Township Police Department — Clawson Fire Department — MABAS 3201 Technical Rescue — Oakland Township Fire Department — Troy Fire Department — Troy Department of Public Works — Rapid Relief Team — Star EMS.

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