Construction debris catches fire in St. George home under renovation
ST. GEORGE - Construction debris caught fire in a home that was under renovation Saturday.
St. George Fire Department said a house on Oak Shadow Road caught fire around 1:11 p.m., and firefighters had flames under control in less than 30-minutes.
The home sits near the Perkins and Siegen intersection in a neighborhood that flooded in May.
Firefighters said the home suffered smoke and heat damage, but investigators have not determined how the fire started.
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