Firefighters investigate overnight Bridgeport fire

Fire officials in Bridgeport are investigating an early morning fire.It happened around 5 a.m. on Ellsworth Street.Firefighters say the family dog got out, but a

BRIDGEPORT - Fire officials in Bridgeport are investigating an early morning fire.

It happened around 5 a.m. on Ellsworth Street.

Firefighters say the family dog got out, but a bird was killed.

Assistant Chief Dominick Carfi says smoke alarms recently installed as part of a citywide safety program did their job.

Carfi says the smoke alarms woke the residents, and they were able to get out safely.

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