The Greenwich Fire Department extinguished a structure fire at an Indian Chase Drive residence about 12:30pm Wednesday.
According to a release from Deputy Chief Brian Koczak, E1 and E2 were dispatched to the residence following a report of an activated fire alarm called in by a private alarm company.
The alarm was upgraded when E2 arrived to find smoke coming from the front door of the home. Crews from E2 and E1 located the fire in a utility room and quickly extinguished it.A total of 18 personnel arrived on scene.
The fire was contained to the room of origin in the utility room. A burst water pipe as a result of the heat from the fire helped to keep the flames at bay until the Greenwich Fire Department arrived.
No one was home at the time of the incident. The Fire Marshal’s office is investigating the cause of the fire.