GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich Fire Department put out a small blaze in an attic cupola of a home at 90 Porchuck Road in backcountry Greenwich on Thursday, April 10, according the RealTime blog at GreenwichTime.com.
Several engines and four tanker trucks, which were in the area on a previous call, were sent to fight the fire at 12:50 p.m. First responders declared the blaze under control at 1:21 p.m., the blog reported.
No injuries and no serious damage was reported, the article said. A fire marshal and building inspector were dispatched to determine a cause of the fire, the blog said.
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