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South Beloit Fire Department Responds to Residential Fire

According to an update from the South Beloit Fire Department, on Saturday at about 4 p.m. the South Beloit Fire Department and auto-aid with engines from Rockton and Harlem-Roscoe Fire were dispatched to the 15000 Block of Bryden Dr. in South Beloit for a residential fire with flames and smoke showing. Squad 2044 went en route, and immediately requested a Chief and Engine from the City of Beloit. While en route, crews spotted a large amount of smoke and flames and requested MABAS Box 11 to the Box Alarm. Crews arrived on scene to find a fully involved attached garage with fire leading into the house. The fire consumed the garage and roofline of the residence. The fire was brought under control within 31 minutes and crews began the overhaul process. During the incident, no citizens or animals were reported injured. One firefighter was treated and transported to a local hospital for an injury that occurred on scene. There is no update at this time on the firefighter that was transported. The Red Cross was brought in to assist the residents. The value of the residence and its loss are under review at this time and will be released at a later date. The origin and cause of the fire are currently under investigation by certified fire investigators and a report will be released at the conclusion of the investigation.

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