McHenry Township Fire Protection District | LMCS File Photo

Fire officials say a home in McHenry is uninhabitable after heavy flames damaged part of the residence Saturday evening.

The McHenry Township Fire Protection District responded around 9:55 p.m. Saturday to the 5000 block of Abbington Drive West in McHenry for a report of a structure fire.

Firefighters arrived to find a two-story single-family residence with smoke and flames showing from the first and second-floor exterior.

Fire crews quickly deployed hose lines to the exterior and interior of the residence, McHenry Township Fire Protection District Battalion Chief David Harwood said.

Exterior crews began extinguishing the fire while interior crews searched for occupants and fire extension.

All occupants had safely exited the fire building, Harwood said.

The fire was brought under control in 10 minutes and fully extinguished in 20 minutes.

The residence was deemed uninhabitable and a damage estimate was not immediately.

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There were no injuries to the public or firefighters. The fire is being investigated by the McHenry Township Fire Protection District Fire Investigations Division.

The Crystal Lake Fire Department assisted at the scene, while the Cary, Lake Villa, Round Lake and Spring Grove fire departments covered calls in McHenry during the incident.