No one was injured in fire at a single-family home Friday in Joliet, according to the Joliet Fire Department.
The department said it responded at 7:42 a.m. Friday to 1311 Demmond St. after receiving a report for a structure fire. The first units found light smoke coming from the home and down to the floor inside. Firefighters found the fire in a first-floor bedroom. Firefighters assisted one resident out of the home; no other residents were inside.
Fire crews from stations 1, 4, 5 and 6 responded to the scene, the fire department said. The first in fire company extinguished the fire. Other crews “performed water supply, search, ventilation, salvage, overhaul, safety and support functions.”
The Joliet Fire Department declared the blaze under control at 5 :59 p.m. and has determined the fire was accidental.