Crews investigating Syracuse house fire
SYRACUSE, Utah — A small dog was killed and three people were displaced after a fire damaged a home in Syracuse.
The incident happened at 1395 David Circle just before 1 p.m. Sunday.
Chief Aaron Byington with the Syracuse Fire Department said 27 firefighters and chief officers from five different agencies arrived to find smoke and flames coming from the garage area.
“It was pretty well-involved at that point,” he said.
It took crews about an hour to get the flames under control.
Byington said the three occupants inside the home were able to make it out, adding that neither they nor firefighters sustained any injuries.
Unfortunately, the residents were displaced and Byington said damages were estimated at $200,000.
He also said a small dog was killed in the fire.
The cause remains under investigation.
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