GREENWOOD, Ind. - Officials said lightning may be to blame for a Greenwood house fire Wednesday evening.
Greenwood Police and Fire departments responded to a home in the 2700 block of Night Hawk Drive just before 6 p.m.
The neighborhood is south of 750 North between U.S. 31 and Interstate 65 between Greenwood and Whiteland.
A woman was home at the time and smelled smoke, a neighbor said. The woman got out of the home without injury.
Crews managed to put most of the fire out by 7 p.m., but homes next to the house that caught fire did sustain some damage.
Check out a video of the scene below:
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