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Packers CB Woodson Escapes a House Fire in Michigan

Bill Michaels of WTMJ 620 News Radio reports on a house fire that involved Packers CB Charles Woodson. No one was hurt in the blaze that the multi-million dollar home:

No one was injured in a fire Saturday that burnt a multi-million dollar home in Bay Harbor, Michigan to the ground. According to John Calabrese, director of the Petoskey Department of Public Safety, his department received a call around 4:43 a.m. to check on a fire alarm that was going off in the home, located at 6774 N. Preserve Drive, which is at the western end of the luxury resort community.

According to sources, Packers cornerback Charles Woodson and his business partner, Rick Ruiz, were in the home and reportedly smelled smoke around 4 a.m., but couldn’t find the source. 11 people were reportedly staying at the residence at the time the fire broke out, but the night before, the owners had been entertaining nearly 150 people. According to Chris Etienne, community relations director for Bay Harbor, who e-mailed the News-Review Sunday, the event was “a celebration for the family for a large gift and naming of the University of Michigan Women’s Hospital.”

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