Fire causes extensive damage to home in Hyrum
HYRUM, Utah — Several crews were called out Sunday after a fire broke out inside the garage of a home in Hyrum.
The incident occurred in the area of 300 North and 750 West around 1:30 p.m.
Lt. Kendall Christensen with the Hyrum City Fire Department said crews arrived to find heavy smoke coming from the garage and the homeowners standing outside.
The flames, which originated in the garage, then spread to the interior of the home.
Christensen said the attack was challenging in the beginning as there were lots of things inside the structure.
Fortunately, no injuries were reported.
The garage is a total loss, according to Christensen, while the extent of the damage inside the home is unknown.
The cause remains under investigation.
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