ETNA — Fire crews from several town were called to extinguish a house fire Monday afternoon on Family Circle Road.
Etna Fire Chief Tim Hall said firefighters arrived at 65 Family Circle Road around 3:45 p.m. to find a home fully engulfed in flames.
He said after 20 minutes the fire was knocked down.
“There’s definitely concern with the wind throwing the embers out in the tree line out in the woods,” he said.
“We actually had a couple of hot spots we had to put out because of the drought, because of the wind carrying the embers away. Nobody was hurt, nobody went to the hospital,” Hall said.
Carmel, Newport, Plymouth Newburg and Hermon firefighters assisted Etna fire with knocking down the fire.
Corrina, Detroit and Levant Fire Departments were on standby.
Hall added the state fire marshal’s office will be investigating the cause of the fire.