Firefighters on the scene of a Rocky Ridge Road house fire Tuesday afternoon. / Photo, Westport Fire Department

WESTPORT — A fire apparently sparked by an electrical source at a Rocky Ridge Road home Tuesday was quickly extinguished by firefighters.

Fire crews were dispatched shortly after 3 p.m. Tuesday to the scene, where flames were visible at the “front right corner” of the two-story dwelling, according to the report by Assistant Fire Chief Philip Hessberger.

Fire Co. 1 discovered the blaze spread inside to a second-floor bedroom.

Electrical power to the structure was cut, and the fire was doused with no injuries to either firefighters or the homeowner.

Westport Fire dispatched four engines, a truck company and the shift commander to Rocky Ridge Road, while Fairfield and Norwalk firefighters provided mutual-aid coverage for the rest of town.

An investigation by the Fire Marshal’s Office later determined the cause of the fire was electrical, the fire report said.

Firefighters on the scene of a Rocky Ridge Road house fire Tuesday afternoon. / Photos, Westport Fire Department