Monroe County

Family of four displaced after house fire in Charlotte

Rochester, New York – Tuesday night in Charlotte was marked by an incident as fire crews were called to respond to a blaze. The Rochester Fire Department swiftly arrived at a house fire on River Street, which was reported around 6 p.m. This emergency required immediate attention to control the situation and assess the damage.

The house, unfortunately, suffered from smoke and heat damage. This impact was severe enough to displace the residents of the home, which included three adults and one child. The suddenness of the event underscores the unpredictability and danger of house fires.

Despite the severity of the fire, no injuries were reported from the scene. The absence of physical harm in such a potentially dangerous situation is a relief. However, the event still resulted in significant disruption and loss for the affected family.

Currently, crews are actively investigating to determine the cause of the fire. Understanding the origin is crucial for preventing future incidents and ensuring the safety of the community. This incident serves as a reminder of the importance of fire safety and preparedness in residential areas.

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