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Fire destroys home near Hayden Lake

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HAYDEN LAKE, Idaho -

Around 12:50am on July 5th deputies from the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office and personnel from the Northern Lakes Fire Department responded to a residence off of Hayden Haven on the back side of Hayden Lake for a report of a carport and vehicle on fire.

Deputies arrived on scene first and advised the residence was also on fire. Deputies were able to get the owners of the residence out and away from the home while fire personnel responded via land and water. The homeowners were not injured and there were no animals in the residence at the time of the fire. Northern Lake Fire personnel were able to contain the fire to the residence protecting the surrounding neighbor’s homes. The residence is reported to be a total loss and Northern Lake Fire personnel will be on scene throughout the morning.

Witnesses advised there were fireworks going off throughout the night; however the fireworks were on the other side of the road and closer to the water. At this time it appears that fireworks were not a factor in the fire; however Northern Lake Fire Investigators will be conducting an investigation to try and determine the cause of the fire.

 

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