NORTH HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — The North Haven Fire Department responded to a fire early Friday morning.

According to officials, the blaze broke out at a home on Palmer Road around 3 a.m., and a second alarm was struck. In minutes, the first unit was on scene, and firefighters from Wallingford, New Haven, and East Haven responded for assistance.

In total, between 20 to 25 firefighters worked to contain the fire.

New Haven Fire Chief Paul Januszewski said the fire started in the garage and spread to the attic, extending to the rest of the house. However, at this time, the cause of the fire is unknown.

The six house occupants were able to get out safely, and only minor injuries were reported, Januszewski said.

The Red Cross was called in the assist, and the fire marshal is on scene investigating the cause.

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