ORISKANY FALLS, N.Y. -- Multiple fire departments battled a house fire in Oriskany Falls on Wednesday evening.
911 calls came in just after 8:30 p.m. for a structure fire on Route 12B just around the corner from the fire house.
Oriskany Falls Fire Chief Russ Petrie tells NEWSChannel 2 one person lived at the home and suffered minor injuries.
"I found heavy flames in front of the building, on the road-side of the building," said Chief Petrie. "The building was well-involved. It was difficult, we had a lot of hot spots. The fire was in the eaves and under the tin roof."
The Red Cross has been notified to assist the victim.
The Chief says there was significant smoke and water damage to the home.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Fire companies from Waterville and Deansboro assisted at the scene.