Four fire departments respond to blaze at Morristown home, cause under investigation
MORRISTOWN – Working smoke detectors and quick action by the occupant and firefighters have been credited with keeping damage to a minimum after a house fire broke out early this morning.
Morristown firefighters responded to the blaze at 1:58 a.m. at 3347 County Route 6 owned by John Bussa and occupied Robin Greenley.Mutual aid was provided by the Brier Hill, Hammond and Huevelton fire departments. The Redwood, Lisbon and Ogdensburg fire departments were on standby.
Cause of the fire is under investigation. St. Lawrence County fire investigators said the building suffered moderate damage throughout the structure.
Morristown firefighters returned to the station at 4:08 a.m.
Investigators said the building was insured.