A fire broke out at a house on Hudson Avenue in Rochester early Friday evening. The Rochester Fire Department says the house is a 2-story, single-family home near Sobieski Street.
The first RFD company saw light smoke coming from the house when they arrived. The RFD says crews entered the house and located the fire in the kitchen on the first floor. Additional crews searched the structure and did not find anyone inside. It took firefighters less than half an hour to put the fire under control.
“The quick response and actions of the firefighters limited the fire damage to the kitchen,” the RFD said. “The remainder of the house suffered smoke damage. There were no civilian or firefighter injuries reported.”
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.