HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J. -- Two dogs fled a Hasbrouck Heights house fire to safety Tuesday afternoon.
No injuries were reported in the 2:45 p.m. fire, which responders said began on the second floor in back of the two-story, peaked-roof house on Williams Avenue.
A caller initially gave an incorrect address, but firefighters were quick to the scene and had the blaze under control in a matter of minutes, Detective Lt. Michael Colaneri told Daily Voice.
"A very aggressive attack kept the fire from spreading," 2nd Assistant Fire Chief Rob Knoblock said. "Outstanding job."
A resident who at first was thought inside wasn't home, responders said.
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