LONGMEADOW, Mass. (WWLP) – Fire crews worked to put out a house fire in Longmeadow Sunday morning.
When 22News crew arrived to the area of Forest Glen Road, there were at least two fire trucks and 20 crew members finishing up the process of putting out the fire. It appeared there weren’t intensive damages to the home.
A neighbor next door told 22News she noticed the flames after she heard someone yelling fire.
“My husband and I were laying in bed when we heard outside our window someone yelling ‘fire’ and ‘call 911’ so we quickly jumped out of bed and saw the flames coming from the front of the house,” the neighbor said. “It’s scary to see a house go up in flames in a matter of seconds. I’m just thankful that no one was hurt and that the first responders were quick to show up and put the fire out.”
According to the neighbor, the couple with a young daughter and newborn and their small dog made it out safely.
22News contacted the Longmeadow Fire Department who could not give any information at this time. No injuries have been reported.
Forest Glen Road is closed off temporarily as crews work to clear the area.
22News will bring you the latest as more information becomes available.