Fire crews were still putting out hot spots nearly 2 hours after a house caught fire on the west side of Indianapolis.
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INDIANAPOLIS - Fire crews were still putting out hot spots nearly 2 hours after a house caught fire on the west side of Indianapolis.
The Indianapolis Fire Department (IFD) said just after 2 a.m., crews responded to the fire at a home in the area of West Washington Street and Neal Avenue.
When crews arrived they said heavy flames and smoke billowed from the house, which had no one inside at the time of the fire.
IFD and Indianapolis police (IMPD) are investigating the fire.
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