Plainville roads reopen after house fire investigation

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PLAINVILLE — Authorities have reopened roads in a Plainville neighborhood following the completion of a fire investigation on Tuesday.

The Plainville Police Department announced that traffic has resumed on Grove Street by Bugbee Street, which was previously closed due to fire operations.

Bugbee Street itself, also affected by the closures, is now accessible to motorists.

The fire, which occurred earlier on Grove Street at the intersection of Brunner Avenue, prompted emergency responders to shut down the area to control the situation and conduct their investigation.

The cause of the fire has not been disclosed, but the investigation has concluded, allowing residents and commuters to return to their normal routes.

Further details about the fire have not been released as of yet.

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