Firefighters at the scene of a Treadwell Avenue house fire Friday afternoon. Damage in the fire’s aftermath can be seen at right. / Photos, Westport Fire Department

WESTPORT — Fire in a Treadwell Avenue home was quickly extinguished by firefighters Friday afternoon.

A resident of the Treadwell Avenue house, who discovered smoke filling the building upon returning home Friday, reported the incident at 4:21 p.m.

Four engines, a ladder truck, a rescue vehicle and the shift commander were dispatched to the scene, according to a report by Assistant Fire Chief Jeffrey Gootman.

First to arrive at the scene was Engine 4, from the Saugatuck Fire Station — 2 minutes and 6 seconds after receiving the dispatch call..

Four engines, a ladder truck, a rescue vehicle and the shift commander were dispatched to the Treadwell Avenue fire.

As other trucks arrived, hoses were extended to the house and the fire was doused quickly, Gootman said. 

The scene was secured after the structure was searched to ensure flames did not spread. Westport police and EMS personnel also were on site.

No injuries were reported.

The fire’s cause is being investigated by the Fire Marshal’s Office.

While Westport firefighters were at the Treadwell Avenue scene, backup coverage for the town was provided by Fairfield and Norwalk fire crews.