A home was reduced to a pile of rubble in the town of Campbell late-Saturday.
The fire broke out around 7 p.m., according to firefighters, who say they were dispatched to the intersection of State Route 415 and Route 333.
Flames could be seen pouring out of the front of the home through the doors and windows.
Roughly two hours later the fire was brought under control. The home reignited during the overnight hours.
By late-Sunday the building had been leveled. Debris was scattered across the lot where it sat before.
It’s unclear what caused the fire. That remains under investigation at this time.
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