Richmond Home Lost In Early Morning Fire

Reported by: Matt Groves
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Updated: 6/30 8:17 am
An early morning fire in Richmond burned a home to the ground.

Richmond and Madison County fire crews got the call a little after four Monday morning to 110 Brooks Road. When they got there they said the roof had collapsed. They were able to control the fire quickly.

One resident next door to the fire lost power at her home. It was restored by a power company shortly after. Neighbors said no one had lived in the home in around a month and the family would return weekly to pick up things from the home.

Firefighters were unable to get in touch with the owners Monday morning.

Investigators are looking into a cause for the fire. The home is a complete loss.
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