In less than 30 minutes Wednesday evening crews had a Greenwich Township house fire under control, officials said.
Fire crews were called a little before 5 p.m. for a smoke investigation at 101 Washington St. The house sits off of the intersection of Main Street and Washington and Greenwich streets.
The Stewartsville Volunteer Fire Company chief found light smoke at the home, called for the first alarm and a three-man crew forced their way inside.
The fire was located on the second floor, and was under control in about 25 minutes, the fire company said in a Facebook post.
Stewartsville was assisted by Harmony, Franklin and Phillipsburg fire departments, and the Warren County Prosecutors Office, Warren County fire marshal and Greenwich Township police were also at the scene.
The fire’s cause and origin is being investigated by the county fire marshal.
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