SEYMOUR, Conn., (WTNH)– Seymour Fire Department and Ansonia Fire Department were dispatched to Colony Road after multiple calls were reported for a heavy structure fire early Saturday morning.
At 1:45 am Saturday morning, both fire departments were dispatched to Colony Road for a possible bush fire. The dispatched quickly informed both units that the bush fire was a structure fire.
According to reports, a large heavy fire was seen throughout the inside of the home.
A defensive operation was established with multiple hand lines as crews started to extinguish the large fire. Ansonia Engine 6 laid in 5 inch supply hose from a hydrant in Ansonia and pumped water to Engine 13. The fire was put under control within an hour and was put out in 3 1/2 hours.
There were no reported injuries.
This fire remains under investigation by the Seymour Fire Marshals Office. Stay for the latest updates