2 houses broken after Sunday morning hearth

By Michael Cantu 4, 2019 at 12:23 PM CST – Updated March four at 12:23 PMLUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – The Lubbock Fire Marshal’s Office investigates a Sunday morning house fireplace that damaged a residence’s front and carport at the side of a neighboring house.

Lubbock Fire Rescue was referred to as the scene around 6:30 a.M. Sunday to 1302 39th St., consistent with an information launch from LFR. Officials on stage have quickly extinguished the fireplace, which mainly damaged the residence’s front and beneath its carport.

Sunday morning hearth

It became also suggested the windows on the neighboring residence had been broken by the warmth, according to LFR. The Red Cross of Lubbock became known to help the citizens of each home. The fire marshal’s workplace is persevering with its investigation and has not determined a reason for the fireplace as of now. No injuries had been stated from this incident. KCBD NewsChannel eleven will replace this tale when more statistics become available.

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