Springfield Family Displaced After House Fire Early Friday

Springfield Family Displaced After House Fire Early Friday

SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – A Springfield family has been displaced after a fire tore through their home early Friday morning.

The first call came into 911 at 1:40 am. The home is located in the 2900 block of West County Farm Rd not far from the Robertson County Solid Waste Transfer Station. MAP

The Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Department, White House Community Volunteer Fire Department, the Greenbrier Fire Department, the Ridgetop Fire Department, Robertson County EMS, the Robertson County Emergency Management Agency and the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office all responded to the home which was fully involved when first responders arrived.

According to Fire Chief Joe Williams with the White House Community Volunteer Fire Department, two people have been displaced and the Red Cross has been notified. According to Chief Williams, Firefighters were able to save about 50% of the home but it will need significant repairs before it will be livable again. The cause of the fire is still unknown.

Should the family reach out to the community with any needs that they have, we will bring it to you but from what we understand so far from officials, everyone made it out of the home safely and no injuries were reported, including firefighting personnel.