Snellville home destroyed by late-night fire; family displaced




A family is displaced after a big fireside broke out and destroyed a Snellville home.

The home is taken into consideration a “total loss” after it was extensively damaged by the blaze, consistent with fireside division spokesman Lt. Justin Wilson.

Firefighters had been despatched to a home throughout the 1800 block of Highpoint Road merely after 10 p.m. after a neighbor known as 911 and reported the home was in flames.

Heavy flames had taken over the appropriate aspect of the one-story home, Wilson talked about.

“Due to high winds, the flames were quickly spreading through the majority of the home as firefighters rapidly deployed fire attack hose lines to combat the blaze,” Wilson talked about.

Fire crews battled the hearth from outdoor the home until it was safe for crews to enter.

“Once crews were able to enter the structure, the remainder of fire was brought under control and a search for victims for completed,” Wilson talked about.

Paramedics assessed and launched an grownup male occupant on the scene for a minor burn harm, he talked about.

Investigators determined the hearth started within the lounge, nevertheless are nonetheless trying to find out the rationale for the blaze.

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