Fire crews battle house fire in Dighton
By Josh Faiola
DIGHTON, MASS (WLNE) – Dighton Fire and Police departments responded to a house fire early Thursday evening.
Both Dighton Police and Fire responded to 444 Lincoln avenue at 6:06 p.m for a fire in a single-family home.
It was also reported that the house had an in-law apartment attached.
According to the Police and Fire, first responders saw smoke and fire coming from the garage area upon arrival.
While crews were able to knock the fire down, police and fire say extensive overhauling was needed and the residents are not able to return home at this time.
The damage is estimated to be somewhere between $100,000 to $150,000.
The special Signal Fire Association and Providence Canteen also responded to the scene.
The cause of the fire is unclear at this time and nobody was reported injured.