Neighbor awakens Victor family to alert them of fire that ended up destroying their home

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0  Updated at 4:59 pm, July 13th, 2017 By: Teton Valley News Staff
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VICTOR — Teton County Fire & Rescue was called to a house fire in Victor in the early morning hours of Thursday, July 13.

Fire engines and crews from both Driggs and Victor fire stations responded.

Members of the household were awoken by a neighbor who alerted them to get out immediately. All parties living in the house evacuated safely.

The home was completely engulfed in flames when the fire engines arrived, eight minutes after the call was dispatched.

The structure is a complete loss.

The fire cause is currently under investigation.

This story originally appeared in Teton Valley News. It is posted here with permission.


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