Firefighters were able to stop a fire from spreading to an addition of a Rye home Sunday night.

Heavy fire was coming from the single family home on Long John Road as firefighters arrived around 10 p.m., according to Fire Chief Mark Cotreau. The chief credited "quick, aggressive firefighting work" to bring the fire under control and stop its spread.

Home on Long John Road in Rye after a fire 12/11/22
Home on Long John Road in Rye after a fire 12/11/22 (Hampton Fire/Rescue)

No firefighters or residents were injured in the fire.

Firefighters remained at the scene all night to monitor for hot spots.

The cause of the fire remained under investigation by the Rye Fire Department, Rye Police, and the New Hampshire State Fire Marshal's Office.

Greenland, Newcastle, North Hampton, and Portsmouth all responded on the first alarm and East Kingston, Hampton, Newington, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Seabrook ,and Kittery, Maine, all responded to the scene on the second alarm. The East Kingston air trailer also supported firefighters at the scene.

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