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Crews knock down house fire in Hayden

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HAYDEN LAKE, Idaho -

Fire crews in Hayden, Idaho, have put out a large house fire in the 12000 block of N. Avondale Loop. The road was blocked while multiple agencies worked to put out the fire. Jim Lyon with the Northern Lakes Fire Protection Districts said the road is no longer blocked Wednesday evening, but ask drivers to be careful because of water and ice on the road.

Lyon tells KHQ that the fire was a second alarm fire at a home. There were two people in the home, an adult female and a child who was home sick at the time. They were able to get out safely and no injuries have been reported. The other members of the family, including two kids and a dog were also reported safe. The family says they are blessed to be safe, and that neighbors are stepping in to take care of them.

As of Wednesday evening, crews had gotten the fire under control. Based on interviews, it appears the fire started in the garage and spread to the home, but the cause of the fire is still under investigation. Insurance agents are on scene trying to determine how much damage the fire caused.

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