The cause of a fire at a home on South 48th Street this morning is under investigation, according to a report from the Kansas City, Kansas, Fire Department.
The fire call came in about 6:28 a.m. Nov. 13 for a single-family home at 2818 S. 48th St., Kansas City, Kansas, according to the Kansas City, Kansas, Fire Department spokesman.
When firefighters arrived, they saw smoke showing from the roof of the home, according to the Fire Department spokesman.
The pumper crew used hand lines to attack the fire, the spokesman stated. A water source was established by the next arriving company.
A primary search and ventilation took place, and the fire was out in about 20 minutes, according to the spokesman.
The Red Cross was called to assist four adults, the spokesman stated.
There were no injuries, and the amount of property and content damage was unknown, although it is thought to be significant damage, according to the spokesman.