For the second time in two days, a brush fire caught hold in the Indian Hills section of Naugatuck.
responded Friday afternoon to a report of a fire burning in the woods around Warm Earth Drive. Smoke could be seen billowing out of a section of the woods several feet from where the tree line meets the road.
One fire truck was on scene at the time. As of 3:30 p.m. the fire department was still on scene extinguishing the fire, said Fire Capt. David Seeger.
On Thursday, a brush fire burned some 120-foot radius in that neighborhood, taking nearly an hour to extinguish, fire officials said. Seeger said he wasn't certain whether Friday's incident was in the same location as Thursday's incident.
The cause for both fires hasn't been made public yet.