No Injuries Reported in Early Morning Seaman Street Fire
Fire occurred across the street from the site of another fire about three weeks ago.
An early morning fire at 351 Seaman St. did not result in any injuries to civilians or firefighters, according to fire officials.
Deputy Fire Chief Kevin McCann said the call came in 3:59 a.m., and after officials were on the scene at 4:02 a.m., the fire was brought under control in 15 minutes.
Three engines, one ladder truck and a deputy chief responded to the fire, which was concentrated mostly on the porch and front entrance area of the single family house, McCann said.
McCann said he did not have a direct cause of the fire.
The fire comes about three weeks after a vacant residence across the street ignited.
346 Seaman St. was knocked down following that blaze, which resulted in one firefighter being sent to the hospital. According to officials, that was the second fire at that residence in two months.
New Brunswick Police did not return a call seeking more information by press time.