WESTFIELD - Seven fire departments responded to an early-morning blaze Tuesday that demolished two structures in Westfield.
At about 4:30 a.m., firefighters were called to 7721 Martin Wright Road for a barn fire.
According to David Davies, Westfield Fire Department First Assistant Chief, the structure was fully involved when the firefighters arrived.
Seven fire departments responded to an early-morning blaze Tuesday that demolished two structures in Westfield.
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The aftermath of a fire that occurred early Tuesday morning at 7721 Wright Road in Westfield. Both the house and a barn were termed a total loss.
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The house also became fully involved, and both structures were termed a total loss. A husband and wife were at home at the time of the fire.
There were no injuries to either the occupants or the emergency personnel.
Fire departments from Brocton, Portland, Fredonia, Mayville, Ripley and Hartfield came to the aid of Westfield. The sheriff's investigative team as well as Chautauqua County Tech Rescue also were on site.
Investigators determined the fire was electrical in origin. It was ruled accidental.