No injuries in early Sunday morning house fire in Falls City

(KLZA)--Firefighters from the Falls City Volunteer Fire Department and the Falls City Rural Fire Department responded to a house fire around 2:00 am Sunday morning at 807 Ben Boulevard in Falls City.

Falls City Volunteer Fire Department Public Information Officer Jon McQueen said the fire started in the south end of the home owned by Lukas and Megan Goff, in an attached garage.

When firefighters arrived on the scene, flames were seen shooting as high at 50-feet in the air.

The metal garage door was cut and pulled down to help access the fire and later the west wall of the garage was pulled down as a safety issue since all of the trusses had burned away and the metal ceiling had dropped.

A State Fire Marshall listed the cause of the fire as undetermined.

There were no injures reported. Due to the large valuation on the home, the dollar loss will be significant with most of the damage caused by heavy smoke, water and fire. The amount will be determined by the insurance company once they complete their investigation.

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