BRIDGTON — The fire in an apartment building turned out to be relatively minor, the Bridgton fire chief said.

Chief Glen Garland said the fire was reported quickly by a tenant and the building is only a few blocks from the town fire station, so crews got there quickly. He said it began on the wall behind a stove, but the cause has not yet been determined.

The tenant was home at the time, he said, and called to report the fire at about 2:15 p.m. and it was considered under control in 15 minutes. The damage, he said, was confined to the section of wall behind the stove, which was not being used at the time, and a few wires.

He had no estimate of the damage, but said the apartment – one of five in the building – is habitable. No one was hurt, Garland said, and crews left the scene about an hour after arriving.

 2:42 p.m.

BRIDGTON — Fire crews are dealing with an all-hands fire, town officials said.

The fire was reported on Oak Street, but town officials said they had no immediate information on whether the building was in a house, a business or a garage, or the extent of the fire.

The fire was reported around 2 p.m.