WADSWORTH TOWNSHIP -- The Wadsworth Fire Department battled a house fire this evening at 2754 Medina Line Road in Wadsworth Township.
The fire, which was reported at 6:15 p.m., was brought under control quickly.
Due to the type of construction of the house, extensive overhaul was needed, and crews remained on scene for about three hours, according to Fire Chief Carl Rommel.
The homeowner was not injured. Two firefighters suffered minor injuries and were treated at the scene, according to Rommel.
The fire appears to have been accidental, according to firefighters.
The home had smoke and water damage throughout.There were no fire hydrants in that area of the township, so water had to be trucked in.
Firefighters from Copley, Norton, Sharon Township and Rittman assisted.