Firefighters were busy early Saturday as two house fires were reported. Both fires occurred in the kitchen and remain under investigation, fire officials said.
The first fire was reported at 3:53 a.m. at 11 William Street. Two adults woke up to heavy
smoke and were able to escape the dwelling and rescue the family cat, fire officials said. Both occupants were treated for moderate smoke inhalation. The second alarm fire was placed under control in 17 minutes.
The second fire was reported at 5:21 a.m. at 17 Daphne Drive. Three adults woke up to moderate smoke and were able to escape the dwelling with the two family dogs, fire officials said. No injuries were reported. The single alarm fire was placed under control in 12 minutes.