TERRE HAUTE, IND (WTHI) - A fire damaged a vacant home on Terre Haute's west side Saturday afternoon.
When our crew arrived at the home located near the intersection of Wabash Ave. and McKinley Blvd., smoke was billowing from the windows.
Firefighters were able to extinguish the flames; however, it's unknown as to how much damage the structure took.
Luckily, the home was vacant, and no injuries were reported.
An investigation into the cause of the fire is currently underway.
News 10 will bring you the latest information as it is made available.
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