POLAND — Kailey Sweet said she was in her earth science class Monday when she started to hear about the fire on Hurricane Road.“Our friend’s house is on that road,” said Sweet during an interview at Poland Central School on Wednesday, recalling what she was thinking. “I texted one of their neighbors that I’m friends with and they said the house was in flames and that it was almost gone.”
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