UPDATE, 12:49 p.m.: According to Fire Chief Bruce Proia, the fire was contained to the third floor.
During a press briefing at the scene, Proia recounted the incident. At 11:07 a.m., firefighters responded to a report of a house fire at 387 Wolcott St. When they arrived, they saw heavy smoke coming from the third floor and the female resident of the house was already outside. Firefighters quickly contained the flames to the third floor, he said.
The home sustained heavy fire damage to the third floor, Proia said, along with smoke damage on the second floor.
Firefighters are starting their investigation into the cause and origin of the blaze, Proia said. One firefighters was treated for heat and smoke at the scene, but is ok, Proia said. --- UPDATE (provided by Patch Editor Ryan Grannan-Doll)
The fire at 387 Wolcott St., has been knocked down, Grannan-Doll reports. He said a Newton firefighter required oxygen assistance, but is resting comfortably now.
According to the Newton Fire Twitter account, "heavy fire" was quickly knocked down and extensive overhaul of the the top floor of the residence was required.
Original Article: A second alarm has been struck for a building fire at 387 Wolcott St. in Auburndale.