Cause of 2-alarm town home fire in Fairborn is under investigation

UPDATE @ 10:44 p.m.: The resident and family members of a town home on Stoneybrook Trail have been displaced by the fire that broke out in their home, Fairborn Fire District Chief Adam Howard said. 

The resident was at home at the time, noticed the fire and escaped without injury, the chief said. 

The cause of the fire is under investigation, he said, and it's too early to estimate the dollar loss to the structure and contents. 

Chief Howard said crews were able to isolate the flames to the first floor, he said. He confirmed there were no injuries.

UPDATE @ 10:14 p.m.:

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No injuries are being reported from a two-alarm fire that damaged one in a row of town homes on Stoneybrook Trail, a fire official said.

The fire is out. An investigator has been requested. 

Firefighters did search the unit and found no one inside. They are now working to determine whether anyone was at home at the time of the fire.

None of the other town homes in the row appear to have been damaged by smoke or flame.

INITIAL REPORT

Crews are on the scene of a fire in the 1000 block of Stoneybrook Trail in Fairborn. 

The dispatch was made about 9:40 p.m. and there were reports that smoke and flames could be seen coming from the front door. 

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We have a crew on the way. We will update this developing report. 

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