Crews on scene for 6 hours during Wrightstown house fire

WRIGHTSTOWN, Wis. (WFRV) – Authorities say crews were on the scene of a house fire for six hours early Saturday morning in Wrightstown.

According to a release from the Wrightstown Fire Department, firefighters responded at 1:15 a.m. for reports of a fire at a home on the 300 block of Main Street.

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Officials say both smoke and flames were visible on multiple sides of the home leading to an aggressive exterior attack with a good knockdown.

More fire units were requested to assist in an interior attack to fully extinguish the fire before remaining on the scene and searching for any additional hot spots.

Courtesy of the Wrightstown Fire Department

Courtesy of the Wrightstown Fire Department

Crews with the Wrightstown Fire Department were on the scene for approximately 6 hours and were assisted by units from the Greenleaf Volunteer Fire Department, Lawrence Fire Department, Vandenbroek Kaukauna Fire Department, Freedom Fire Department, De Pere Fire Rescue, County Rescue, and the Wrightstown Police Department.

At this time, there has been no word on injuries, damages, or a cause of the fire. Local Five will update this story if additional details are released.