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Fire heavily damages house on Cache County’s Mount Sterling

First Published Sep 26 2013 09:07 am • Last Updated Sep 26 2013 09:10 am

Firefighters rushed to a house fire on Mount Sterling Thursday morning. The remote, three-story structure sustained heavy damage.

A public safety dispatcher confirmed that Cache County Fire District crews were dispatched about 8:30 a.m. to the three-story home near near 8100 South 3600 West after heavy smoke was spotted pouring from its roof.

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The blaze was believed to have begun near a bathroom in the house.

No injuries were reported.


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