A cause and just how much damage was caused has yet to be determined after a two-alarm fire at a Stratford home.
Stratford Deputy Fire Chief Niel Anderson tells MyStratfordNow.com that crews were called to a home on Cobourg Street around 2:45 Friday afternoon by a resident who reported that they believed a fire had started in the kitchen.
Once on scene, Anderson says firefighters discovered substantial flames and heavy smoke coming from the rear of the semi-detached home.
Paramedics were called to the scene to treat the person in the home and a second alarm was called in.
Crews quickly knocked down the large fire with an attached residence suffering some smoke damage.
Firefighters cleared the scene around 7 o’clock.