Fire crews battle a blaze at 21 Porter St. in Washburn on the morning of March 13. (Paul Bagnall | The Star-Herald)
Firefighters battle a blaze in Washburn
A fire broke out Monday morning at a single-family home in Washburn.
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WASHBURN, Maine — Fire crews are fighting a structure fire in Washburn.
The blaze broke out Monday morning at a single-family home at 21 Porter St.
Fire crews arrived at around 8:20 a.m., according to Washburn firefighters.
No one was in the home because the parents were dropping off children at school, firefighters said. No injuries were reported.
It is not known who owns the home.
Crews from the Presque Isle and Mapleton fire departments were assisting Washburn personnel.
Washburn Fire Chief Nate Allen wasn’t available for comment as the battle to contain the fire remains ongoing.