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Wichita Falls Fire Investigation

Wichita Falls fire officials are investigating a fire that damaged a home Wednesday night.

Firefighters on scene told our Newschannel 6 crew it happened around 10:15 p.m. Thursday on Blair House Lane.
The homeowner told our crew she saw the fire start in the front of her home, and she escaped the flames through the back of the home's back door.
No one was hurt in the fire.

We are working to learn more on how the fire started and the extent of the damage to the home.

Stay with 6 for the latest developments.
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