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No injuries reported in Amarillo house fire late Saturday night

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The cause of a house fire in north Amarillo late Saturday night is still undetermined, after 14 firefighters were called out to fight the blaze.

Amarillo fire units responded about 11:30 p.m. Saturday night and had the flames out in about a hour.

The fire was confined to a single room near the front of the house. A smoke alarm alerted the residents inside the home, and everyone was able to get out unharmed.

The cause of the blaze is still undetermined.

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