JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The Jamestown Fire Department was called to a home in the Northeast part of Jamestown Thursday for a reported “smoke scare”.
The call came in around 9 PM to a home along 6th Avenue NE. Four units responded while residents of the home sat in a car waiting for crews to observe the scene.
“We were called to smoke,” Lt. Sheldon Mohr stated. “When we arrived, I could smell some smoke, but the source is undetermined at this point.”
Residents of the home were allowed back inside after firefighters cleared the scene roughly 30 minutes later.