On Monday night firefighters responded to a two-alarm fire that caused damage to a Pleasantville home.

According to Fire Chief Steve Wilkins the call was made to the fire department at about 8:37 p.m. where shortly after the first crew was dispatched at 8:39 p.m. to the scene.

The crew arrived to the home where they saw windows on the first floor of the single-story home engulfed in flames. Wilkins went on to say that the crew worked quickly to dispose of the flames and by 8:59 p.m the fire was under control and extinguished.

The home in danger is located at Milan and Chestnut Streets.

The Atlantic City Airport, West Atlantic City, and the Northfield Fire Department aided the seven members of the Pleasantville Fire Department that were on the scene.

The sole person who was living in the building was uninjured and Chief Wilkins said the Red Cross was notified for placement. No ambulances either were dispatched to the scene.

How the fire started is still uncertain and is currently being investigated.

Source: Press of Atlantic City

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