No a single was wounded in a Thursday afternoon house fire.
Capt. Zachary Klein of the Fremont Fireplace Division explained a contact came in at 3:18 p.m., of a picket fence on fire at 952 Locust St.
When firefighters arrived, they found smoke coming from eaves and roofline of the residence.
They extinguished the hearth on the fence. Crews then went to the roof and slice a air flow hole to get smoke out of the attic area.
Klein said firefighters located a very little hearth in insulation in the attic and damage occurred to an exterior corner of the dwelling that adjoined the fence.
He mentioned an specific was at property at the time of the hearth. The human being smelled smoke and identified as the fireplace office and exited the property. Neither the particular person nor animals in the house had been injured.
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Smoke destruction transpired in the course of the residence. There was no hearth hurt inside the household, but there was some water destruction.
Klein mentioned the fire started on the fence’s exterior, but a cause is undetermined. The hearth is nonetheless underneath investigation. Firefighters accomplished the simply call at 4:33 p.m.