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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Just a few days before Christmas, a Wabash Valley family is without a home. This comes after firefighters in Terre Haute responded to a fire on Monday.
First responders took several people to the hospital after the southside fire.
The Terre Haute Fire Department responded to the home on Kussner Street just before 1:30 p.m. Terre Haute Fire Chief Jeff Fisher told us the fire was ruled accidental.
Officials believe someone left a candle unattended.
Crews took multiple people to be checked out for minor injuries. They told us a dog also suffered burns.
The house is considered a total loss.
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