Fire fighters responded to a call about a house fire at roughly 3:30 p.m. today. When crews arrived on scene at 455 Main Street in Little Creek both floors of the two story house were ablaze, according to Brandon Olenik, a fire fighter with the Magnolia Fire Company.
The residence was occupied, all occupants of the house have been accounted for and no one was hurt in the blaze.
It took crews roughly 45 minutes to get the fire under control. The roof of the house and the majority of the structure have collapsed. Fire fighters are still scene working to ensure that the fire is completely out, by pulling apart the debris.
Crews from Dover, Little Creek, Lepisic, Magnolia, Bowers and Frederica Fire Department responded to the fire.
No cause has been determined yet. Two fire marshals from the State Fire Marshal's office are on scene to investigate. Main Street is currently closed to traffic near the intersection of Port Mahon Road.
"The road is going to be closed for some time," Olenik said. "Unfortunately it's undetermined how long right now.