USA — Firefighters quickly knocked down a blaze at a Grass Valley residence, but the fire caused at least $60,000 in damage.
The fire on Stennett Street, behind Colfax Avenue, was reported at about 3:45 a.m. Wednesday, said Grass Valley Fire Chief Tony Clarabut. Firefighters responded to find the entire interior, with the exception of a few rooms, completely involved, he said.
The fire was contained within about 10 minutes, Clarabut said. Firefighters from Nevada County Consolidated, Nevada City and Ophir Hill fire departments also responded.
The fire, which caused an estimated $60,000 in damage to the building and personal property, remains under investigation.