(PHOTOS: JERRY ZILLER/ORANGE FIRE DEPARTMENT)
A spokesperson for the City of Orange Fire Department said there are no injuries following a house fire Saturday evening.
Dispatchers received a call around 9 p.m. reporting a fire at a house located at 1009 Cooper St.
Firefighters saw heavy fire showing from the roof as they arrived. They began fighting the fire and searched the home. They found that no one was inside the house.
The fire was brought under control in about 15 minutes.
Chief Jerry Ziller said the cause of the fire is not considered intentional, but the actual cause is under investigation.
Acadian Ambulance was on stand-by at the fire scene, but was not needed. The West Orange and Pinehurst Fire Departments were also put on stand-by until the fire was under control.
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