Flames break out in Sebring home
Firefighters from several communities were called out into Monday morning’s chill to battle a house fire in Sebring.
Responding to reports of smoke in a neighborhood, firefighters found a burning home at the corner of North 17th Street and West Virginia Avenue at around 5 a.m.
Fire trucks and a rescue squad from Sebring were joined by firefighters from the Alliance and Damascus fire departments.
Investigators say the blaze broke out in the basement of the single-story brick home, causing damage throughout the interior.
No injuries were reported.
The State Fire Marshal will be called in to help determine the cause of the fire.