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Fire Marshal Investigates Denison House Fire

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DENISON, TX -- The investigation continues into what caused a Wednesday afternoon fire at a Denison residence.

The fire sparked around 3:00 pm at 1015 West Crawford Street in Denison. The entire one thousand block of West Crawford was blocked off for more than three hours.

Officials are still investigating the cause of the fire, but tell us the home is a total loss. Neighboring homes were spared of damage thanks to a big effort by Denison Fire Fighters to keep the fire contained to the residence.

"There was a great chance those exposures could have caught on fire from this house. That's what we focused on primarily when we got here, more so than just trying to put a house fire out," says Bill Ray, Assistant Fire Chief.

No one was home at the time of the fire and no one was injured. Of course we'll keep you updated on the cause of the fire.