Firefighters in Chatham-Kent have been busy battling not one, but two fires.

Some residents were displaced and firefighters in Chatham rescued pets from a duplex on Princess Street.

When crews arrived on scene around 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, they found a working fire in the upper apartment of the home. Firefighters forced entry into the upper apartment, conducted a primary search and extinguished the fire.

Four tenants were displaced and Victim Services is helping to find accommodations. 

Damage is estimated at $150,000.

Fire crews from Chatham and Wallaceburg also battled another blaze at a home at 79 Highbury Crescent in Wallaceburg.

Firefighters in Wallaceburg were responding to a vehicle fire at 208 King Street when the call came in, just after 9 p.m. Tuesday.

Crews from Chatham also provided assistance and extinguished the flames before they spread to surrounding homes.

No injuries were reported, but the fire caused $250,000 damage.

The Fire Marshal's Office has been called in to investigate the cause of both fires.