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South Hadley restaurant engulfed in flames

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SOUTH HADLEY, MA (WSHM) -

A restaurant on Bridge Street in South Hadley is engulfed in flames.

The building at 24 Bridge St. is the Crack of Dawn restaurant. It's connected to an old Dominoes restaurant that has been vacant. Witnesses say people may have been working inside.

The fire started at about 7:45 Monday night.

Firefighters don't have any information at this time as to whether the building was occupied and how much damage the fire has done.

CBS 3 Springfield will update this story as news becomes available.

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