Grease fire in Windsor causes $100K in damage: fire department

One person was treated for minor burns in a house fire on Tuesday afternoon, according to Windsor's fire department.

2 people displaced by fire on Lauzon Road on Tuesday

The fire on Lauzon Road caused an estimated $100,000 in damage and two people have been displaced, according to Windsor's fire department. (Tom Addison/CBC)

A house fire on Tuesday afternoon was caused by an accidental grease fire in the kitchen, according to Windsor's fire department.

One person was treated for a minor burn at the home on Lauzon Road, the fire department said in a series of tweets Tuesday.

Two people are displaced as a result of the fire, and damage is estimated at $100,000.

At about 5:30 p.m., the fire department tweeted that the flames had been extinguished.

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