NORRIDGEWOCK – People in the Norridgewock area are rallying behind a family that lost their home to fire.
The two story home was badly damaged by fire around 7:00 p.m. Monday.
Fire fighters from local communities responded to Mechanic Street and extinguished the fire, but not before the second story was gutted. Officials believe it started on the second floor.
Fire marshal’s were on the scene Tuesday, but a cause of the fire hasn’t been announced.
We’re told a mother and 4 children had been renting the home and they lost everything. Some members of the community are now gathering clothing and other supplies to help the family.
Donations can be dropped off at the Norridgewock Town Office, 16 Perkins St, Norridgewock.
Clothing sizes for the family are;
Daughter – 16 years old, wears a size one or three pants, medium shirt and size 7 shoe.
Son – 13 years old, wears a mens XL shirt, and size 11 shoe, pants unknown at this time.
Daughter – 10 years old, wears a size 10/12 girls pants and tops, and youth size 1 or 2 shoes.
Son – Toddler, wears a 3T or 4T and size 8 shoes.
Mom, wears a size five or seven pant, large womans shirt and size 4 or 5 shoes.