Crews Quickly Extinguish Jamestown House Fire

JAMESTOWN – Firefighters in Jamestown made quick work of a house fire on the city’s south side Wednesday night.

The Jamestown Fire Department was first dispatched to 32 Fairfield Ave. just before 8 p.m. with flames extinguished around a half an hour later.

According to reporters on scene, it appears much of the fire damage was contained to the first floor of the home.

Firefighters are now venting smoke caused by the blaze.

Alstar EMS was also on scene, however it appears no one was taken to the Hospital.

This is a developing story and will be updated when we have more information.

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