Four adults displaced after fire in upstairs bedroom at house in Le Roy
Four adults were displaced by a late-night fire in Le Roy on Monday but Le Roy Chief Craig Johnson credited volunteers keeping things from getting worse at 95 Summit St. after a fire was reported to an upstairs bedroom.
"Our guys did a great job of getting in there quickly and getting the fire knocked down," Johnson said. "They definitely saved the house."
The fire contained to the bedroom. There is some water damage and smoke damage on the second floor.
The four adults were able to relocate with family members and Johnson said because power was cut to the house because of the fire, it will be some time before the house can be occupied again.
No injuries were reported.
The residents did not have any pets, Johnson said.
Along with Le Roy, responding agencies included Bergen, Stafford, City of Batavia, Pavilion, and Town of Batavia was a fill-in at Le Roy's hall.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.