SPANISH FORK, Utah (ABC4) – A Spanish Fork house fire is under investigation.
Spanish Fork City Fire says it was called to the 400 block of North 200 West at around 1:35 a.m. New Year’s Eve morning for a single-family residence that was on fire.
The initial report said the entire home was on fire but that all occupants had evacuated.
Spanish Fork City Fire, along with Salem City Fire, responded to the scene and were able to extinguish the fire, but not before it destroyed the main level of the home.
The basement also received extensive smoke and water damage.
Authorities say the fire remains under investigation.
A homeowner in Sandy was found dead after a Tuesday evening house fire.
Crews said they found the homeowner dead in the home and were unable to access the second floor due to fire damage weakening the floor.
Less than an hour after Christmas, crews in Duchesne battled a major structure fire. Photos shared by the Duchesne Fire Department showed just how intense the fire was.
According to authorities, arriving firefighters found the home, a garage, and an RV heavily involved with fire. All occupants of the home and pets were able to evacuate without injury.
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