AVON, Ind. - A fire ripped at a home Tuesday morning in Avon as crews attempted to bring the flames under control.
Dispatchers said just after 6:30 a.m. Tuesday, crews headed to a home in the 8400 block of Skippers Court (see map below).
No injuries have been reported yet, although it was said to be a powerful fire.
Avon Fire Department spokesman Jerry Bessler tells RTV6 there was a fire Monday at the same residence. Firefighters put it out, only to return Tuesday morning as the fire rekindled.
The house was unoccupied both days.
Skycam 6 flew over the smoky scene, as you can see in the image with this story.
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