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House Caught on Fire in Wichita Falls

House Caught on Fire in Wichita Falls

Fire investigators are still trying to determine what cause a fire in a two story home in Wichita Falls on Thursday night.

The fire broke out just after 8:30p.m. near 9th Street and Taylor.  Three fire stations came together to put the fire out within ten minutes of arriving to the scene.

Fire fighters said the estimated cost of damage to the home is around $15,000.  Fire investigators are still trying to figure out what caused the fire.

A resident said he and another person saw the fire and tried to help.  No one was injured from the blaze.

Stay with Newschannel 6 for updates as they become available
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