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Forest Acres fire victims given donation

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Mayor James J. Fiorentini on July 10 presented checks to victims displaced by the May 7 fire at Forest Acres, an apartment complex off Route 125 in the city’s Bradford section. The money came from donations made by citizens. The mayor’s office had set up an account at Pentucket Bank to help support the families who were displaced. Donations exceeded $10,000, according to a statement released by Allison Heartquist, the mayor’s executive assistant. More than 40 residents were displaced by the fire.

Brenda Buote can be reached at brenda.buote@gmail.com.
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