Edison fire displaces one resident, two-story home sustains heavy damage

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EDISON – One resident of a Stephensville Parkway two-story home was displaced following a three-alarm fire Saturday morning that heavily damaged the structure.

No injuries were reported, according to Edison Fire Chief Brian Latham.

Around 12:30 a.m. Saturday firefighters responded to reports of a fire at a home on Stephensville Parkway. Upon arrival, police and firefighters reported that there was heavy fire to the rear of the house and out the front garage doors and the first-floor living area, according to authorities.

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The fire is under investigation.

Firefighters from Edison, Piscataway, and Metuchen responded to battle the blaze. The fire was extinguished in one hour, Latham said.

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