A quiet Sunday morning turned busy for Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company members as they were called to a house fire in the company's first-due area. Shortly before 11:30 a.m., PVFC Engine 321 and Tower 323 were alerted to respond with other Baltimore County westside units to Fire Box 2-16, reporting a house fire in the 7500 block of Seven Mile Lane. PVFC Medic 325 was in the district doing driver training, and also responded on the call. M325 arrived first due and reported heavy smoke showing from a 2-story house. Tower 323 arrived shortly thereafter, with first-due Engine 2 delayed due to responding from a previous fire call in Randallstown. Firefighters made an aggressive attack and were able to knock the fire down in about 15 minutes. Officials believe new flooring being installed in the kitchen with flammable glue contributed to the fire, which caused heavy smoke damage throughout the house.