[This story was originally reported Saturday and was updated on Sunday at 6:15 p.m.]
Firefighters knocked down a residential fire at 140 Cody Circle Saturday afternoon.
The call came in around 12:15 p.m. and the blaze was brought under control by 12:30 p.m., Fire Chief Kevin Cooney said.
Six vehicles - three engines, a rescue, a tower ladder and one incident commander - responded to the blaze, which was in the process of being put out by neighbors as South Windsor firefighters arrived at the scene, according to Cooney.
Mutual aid was brought in from Broadbrook, Ellington and Manchester to cover the three South Windsor fire stations.
The South Windsor fire marshal is still investigating the cause of the blaze, according to Cooney, but it appears that the homeowner was using a torch-like device to burn away some brush in front of the house.
The fire spread from the brush to the house, according to Cooney, though flames did not extend into the structure itself.
No injuries were reported, though two firefighters were treated for heat exhaustion at the scene, but were not transported, Cooney said.
Cooney said that more information would become available when the fire marshal concluded his investigation.