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PHOTOS: Flames destroy Harrison home

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Photo courtesy of the Highway 58 VFD Photo courtesy of the Highway 58 VFD
Photo courtesy of the Highway 58 VFD Photo courtesy of the Highway 58 VFD
Photo courtesy of the Highway 58 VFD Photo courtesy of the Highway 58 VFD
Photo courtesy of the Highway 58 VFD Photo courtesy of the Highway 58 VFD

HAMILTON COUNTY, TN. (WRCB)-- A home in Harrison was destroyed by flames Saturday morning.

Steve Kellam with the Highway 58 Volunteer Fire Department says the blaze was spotted by a motorist traveling on Shirley Pond road around 1:00 am.

Kellam says the vacant mobile home on Cantrell Lane had flames shooting through the roof and live power lines down on one end when firefighters arrived.

Fire crews quickly gained the upper hand, but Kellam says the damage had already been done and the home was completely destroyed.

Investigators are working to notify the homeowner and determine an exact cause.

Thankfully, no injuries were reported.

 

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