A victim of a fatal fire in Albany, N.H., on Tuesday has been identified as a Framingham man, the office of New Hampshire State Fire Marshal J. William Degnan said Wednesday. The fire took place at 69 Crossover Road and an autopsy revealed that Edward Dwinnell, 82, of Framingham, died of inhalation of smoke and superheated gases, a statement from Degnan’s office said. Occupants of the residence were alerted to the fire by smoke detectors and one resident was able to get to a second-story window, where she was rescued, the statement said. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Victim in N.H. fire identified as Framingham man
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