WARWICK, R.I. (WPRI) — Fire crews responded to a house fire in Warwick early Monday morning, saving the family living inside.
The flames broke out on Huron Street around 4 a.m.
The Battalion Chief Mark Lamiroy tells Eyewitness News they were able to knock down the fire quickly.
He says crews received initial reports that people may be trapped inside.
“We did get reports that there may be people trapped ins the house so we called in additional companies. Crews arrived, the initial engine was able to get people out of the house . They are all doing okay. They are actually very lucky considering where the fire was. There was someone sleeping in a bed in right there in the living room. The fire seems to be confined to the attic area and living room.”
The family’s dogs and a few rabbits were also rescued.