RICHMOND, Va. -- No one was injured after a house in Richmond's Carytown caught fire Thursday morning, according to officials with the Richmond Fire Department.
Firefighters were called to a home in the 3020 block of Parkwood Avenue just after 11:40 a.m.
When crews arrived, they found heavy smoke and flames coming from the home's second floor, according to officials.
WORKING FIRE: At approximately 11:42 a.m., crews responded to 3022 Parkwood Avenue for the report of a house fire. Once on scene, they found heavy smoke & flames coming from the second floor. The occupant safely exited the home with a dog. Fire has been marked under control. pic.twitter.com/aGOksVz4sp— Richmond Fire Department (@RFDVA) May 27, 2021
Firefighters said one person inside the home made it out safely with their dog.
The fire was marked under control, officials said in a tweet around 12:30 p.m.
There has been no word yet on what caused the fire.
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