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LISBON, Ohio - The state fire marshal is trying to determine the cause of a fire that gutted a home early Wednesday.

Lisbon Village fire chief David Lewton tells 21 News that crews were called out just before 7 a.m. to the single story, wood frame home on Trinity Church Road.

Firefighters found smoke coming out of the home when they arrived.  The Hanoverton fire department was called to assist.

No one was home at the time of the fire and none of the firefighters were injured.

A dollar estimate is still being calculated, but chief Lewton says the home is a total loss from the fire which destroyed the roof and the rear of the house.

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