Published Dec 2., at 8:53 p.m., Updated Dec. 3 at 10:19 a.m.
Update - Dec. 3, 10:19 a.m.: Two adults and four children have been displaced following Monday night's two-alarm blaze that ripped through their Grant Drive home, making it currently unlivable.
Red Cross volunteers Gary Brownell and Freddy Silva responded to assist the family with emergency food, clothing and personal care needs. The family was able to make alternative housing arrangements.
CCFD officials have confirmed that the fire believes to have originated from the home's kitchen, located in the basement portion of the raised ranch, but will not speculate on whether it has been deemed suspicious or not.
Police continue to investigate.
Original Post: Shortly after 8 p.m. Monday, Central Coventry and Coventry fire crews responded to 9 Grant Drive for a possible kitchen fire with visible smoke.
Upon arrival at the raised ranch, fire officials called for assistance after noting flames spreading quickly from the first floor and within minutes to the roof. According to scanner reports, firefighters vented the roof to gain control of the blaze. Crews from Hopkins Hill, East Greenwich and West Warwick assisted.
At approximately 8:30 p.m., assisting companies including Mishnock, West Greenwich and West Warwick were released from the scene.
The extent of damage and cause of the fire are unknown at this time. No injuries were reported.