Family Displaced, Dog Injured by Newbury, Massachusetts, House Fire
A family was displaced by a fire Friday morning at a house in Newbury.
The fire in the single family home on Low Street was reported around 11:20 a.m. and went to two alarms, according to Newbury Fire Chief Douglas Janvrin.
Firefighters brought the fire that engulfed an enclosed porch under control in about 45 minutes. They also rescued a dog and provided first aid before sending it to Newbury Animal Hospital.
Family members home at the time got out safely. No residents or firefighters were injured in the fire.
Firefighters from Rowley, Newburyport, Salisbury, as well as Cataldo Ambulance assisted at the scene.
The Newbury Fire Department and Massachusetts State Police are investigating the origin and cause of the fire.