Blaze burns Old South Baton Rouge home
BATON ROUGE- Everyone escaped a fire that engulfed a house in Old South Baton Rouge late Tuesday night.
Firefighters blocked streets around the intersection of Thomas H Delpit and Terrace while they fought the blaze.
The fire started shortly before 10:00 and the WBRZ tower cam recorded the ordeal. From the recording, it appeared the fire was quickly extinguished although smoke lingered and filled the neighborhood.
Firefighters will investigate the cause overnight.
Check back for updates.
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