...By Alan Peterson for TDPel Media.
Sutton Road in Newport was closed on May 9 due to a house fire.
The fire brigade was alerted to the situation at around 7 am on that day.
According to a witness, the street was cordoned off, with two fire engines and many firefighters present.
Smoke was seen coming from a house with blackened windows, and the firefighters were gathered outside.
The incident is still ongoing, according to the witness, who reported that the road remained closed, and two fire engines were still on the street, along with a large number of firefighters.
There has been no official statement from the emergency services as yet regarding the incident.
House fires are dangerous incidents that require immediate attention to prevent serious damage or injury.
Firefighters put themselves at risk to ensure that such incidents are dealt with quickly and safely.
The prompt response of the fire brigade in this case shows the importance of having trained professionals available to respond to emergencies.
It is not yet clear what caused the fire on Sutton Road, but it is important for homeowners to take precautions and ensure that their homes are equipped with fire alarms and other safety features to prevent such incidents.