Several crews battle massive house fire in Zachary
ZACHARY - Firefighters from at least six different departments were called to the scene of a massive house fire Friday afternoon.
The blaze was reported in the 22000 block of Reames Road around 1 p.m. According to the Central Fire Department, crews arrived to find the home engulfed in flames, with a strong wind spreading the fire to a nearby field.
Crews from the Chaneyville, Central, Pride, Zachary, Baker, and Brownsfield fire departments helped extinguish the fire.
A Chaneyville firefighter was checked out by EMS for fire-related issues, but no major injuries have been reported.
The house appeared to have sustained heavy damage as a result.
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