Bear River fire extinguished by 55 firefighters from 4 stations
No one was home at the time
Several dozen firefighters from four stations worked this morning to put out a fire at a home in Bear River, Nova Scotia.
Bear River Fire Chief Darryl Jelfs said 55 firefighters were called to Pleasant Street around 1:30 a.m. Thursday morning.
"When we arrived on scene, the structure was fully involved and the roof had just collapsed," he says.
Jelfs says no one was home at the time.
A family of four, who lives next door, had to leave their home because of heat and smoke damage
There's no word yet on what caused the fire.