Fire investigators now say a fire that destroyed a Greenville home Monday morning was accidental.
Fire broke out around 10:30 a.m. at the two story home on St. Andrews Drive.
Battalion Chief Doug Branch says the fire started around an entertainment center and is being listed as an electrical fire.
No one was at home when the fire began, but the family lost a pet in the blaze.
Greenville fire investigators are trying to determine how a fire started that destroyed a home Monday morning.
The fire broke out at a two story home at 306 St. Andrews Drive.
Firefighters say the call came in at 10:32 a.m. and five minutes later the first units arrived to find flames shooting out of the roof.
The fire caused a large portion of the roof to collapse.
Four people lived in the home and the Red Cross is offering them assistance. No one was inside, and there have been no reports of any injuries. Firefighters tell us one family pet is unaccounted for.
Because of the high temperatures, firefighters were taking regular breaks and drinking plenty of water.
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