GREEN BAY (NBC 26) — The Red Cross is helping four family members following an early morning house fire Saturday.
The Green Bay Metro Fire Department responded around 3:42 a.m. Saturday to a house on Mather Street in Green Bay for a structure fire.
Upon arrival, the fire department said in a statement that crews found heavy smoke and flames coming from the rear of the single-family home. It took about 10 minutes for fire crews to knock down the fire.
Everyone in the home was able to get out safely. The fire department said the Red Cross was notified and will be assisting the four family members. Firefighters were also able to rescue some of the pets in the home.
The Green Bay Metro Fire Department was assisted by the Green Bay Police Department, WPS, Brown County Dispatch Center, DPW, and Red Cross.