The following was submitted by Norwood Fire Department Spokesman George Morrice.

The Norwood Fire Department responded to a reported building fire at Concannon’s Village early Thursday afternoon.

The call came in at 1:39 p.m. for smoke and fire coming from Concannons. Firefighters arrived within two minutes to find fire issuing from the wood shingle facade of the building.

Firefighters quickly attacked the fire with a 2-inch handline and had the fire contained by 1:49 p.m. Crews were able to determine that the fire had not spread to the interior or attic space of the building.

The fire is under investigation but a determination has not been made to the cause. No one was injured in the fire and a damage estimate was given of $3,500.

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