INDIANAPOLIS - City fire crews headed to a fire early Thursday morning.
Just before 5:20 a.m., Indianapolis Fire Department (IFD) crews headed to the 200 block of Washington Court to respond the fire. This was at a vacant residence and no one was injured.
Investigators said the blaze most likely started as a trash fire in a nearby alley and then spread to the house.
Originally, an address showed up a block away that RTV6 reported as a fire, but IFD said that was the location where a person had called from to report the fire.
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