A two-story home at 3214 Route 11B, Hopkinton, was destroyed by fire Saturday night. Ellis Giacomelli/Watertown Daily Times

HOPKINTON — A total of 10 departments — with others on standby — responded to a “stubborn, wind-driven” house fire Saturday night along Route 11B.

The two-story home, 3214 Route 11B, was fully involved after 8 p.m. when Hopkinton-Fort Jackson Volunteer Fire Department and Tri-Town Rescue first responded.

Hopkinton-Fort Jackson reports crews worked into Sunday morning, and the home was a total loss. No injuries were reported.

On Monday morning, all that remained was a charred and blackened shell of the structure.

Personnel from Nicholville, Lawrenceville, North Lawrence, Parishville, Brasher-Winthrop, West Stockholm, St. Regis Falls, Dickinson and Brushton assisted, with several volunteers feeding crews and directing traffic.

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