Bar Harbor firefighters were toned out on Thursday night, June 2nd to respond to a fire in a building at 24 North Graff Road in Bar Harbor.

Firefighters from Bar Harbor, Southwest Harbor and Mount Desert responded to the fire, with firefighters from Trenton covering the Island in the event there was another call.

Fortunately no one was injured in the fire, and no one was home at the time of the fire.

The building was not able to be saved. The State Fire Marshall's Office is examining the cause of the fire.

Note - This is a good time to remind everyone of the need to have working smoke alarms in every building, on every floor. Plus, all fire departments in Hancock County need volunteers. If you want to volunteer in some manner, please check with your local fire department. You don't have to be an interior firefighter!

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