CLEARFIELD, Utah (ABC4) — A house fire that occurred overnight on Tuesday has displaced a family of four in Clearfield.
According to Fire Chief Mark Becraft with North Davis Fire District, the fire broke out just after 10 p.m. on September 26 in a residence at 400 East 200 South.
Crews worked hard during the nighttime hours to keep the fire from spreading to a residence next door.
Everyone was evacuated from the residence safely, except for a family pet, according to Becraft.
North Davis Fire says that the house fire was out within 20 minutes. However, the home is a total loss.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation, though it reportedly began in the kitchen.
No further information on the incident is available at this time.