Texas home goes up in flames

An intense fire in Fort Worth, Texas, engulfed a home.
1:13 | 04/07/19

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Don't that intense scene outside of Fort Worth, Texas a massive fire and a blast in the middle of a neighborhood the blaze seen for miles in the home burned to the ground. Tonight the warning over what may have caused this here's ABC's dime a Saito. Tonight Tarrant County investigators are searching for the cause of an explosion and fire that left one person injured and a home. Destroy the blast occurred about 7:30 PM Saturday night. The house was more than 6000 square feet fire officials say it was being renovated and believe paint fumes somehow ignited a flash fire. The house is also located within an un incorporated gated community that doesn't have fire hydrants. So authorities had to bring in roughly 101000. Gallons of. Water due to lack water we got the shuttle tankers back and we're so it's fictional a bit more time but. Facing of the health of the total run off before the fire department got here because for the moment part it was there. Two workers were reportedly in the house of the time of the explosion one of the men was taken to a local hospital for burns to his arm. It appears none of the other homes in the area were damaged. Investigators are now combing through the rubble trying to piece this together but they say they may never know exactly how this fire started Tom Diane thank you.

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