Volunteer firefighters responded to a call Monday afternoon about a structure fire just off of Route 6 in the Clarendon area.
The call came in around 12:15 p.m. and crews from Clarendon and Sheffield VFDs arrived on the scene on Rocky Hill Lane soon after. When firefighters arrived, the structure was already engulfed by flames and structural integrity had been lost, which resulted in the collapse of several support beams.
Firefighters from Glade and Pleasant Volunteer Fire Departments also responded to the call and assisted on the scene of the fully-involved structural fire.
Times Observer photo by Brian Collins
Rocky Hill Lane fire
Volunteer firefighters were able to extinguish a structural fire Monday afternoon in Clarendon. According to Clarendon Fire Chief Terry Gregerson, the building was believed to be vacant and there were no known causes for the fire, but a state fire marshal has been called to investigate.
The building was believed to be vacant and there were no known causes at the time, according to Clarendon Fire Chief Terry Gregerson. An investigation is pending by the state fire marshal to determine if foul play was involved.
Responding crews were able to extinguish the blaze and no injuries were reported.
There was no information available Monday about who owned the building.