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UPDATE: Crews Revisit Scene of a Previous Vacant House Fire

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According to Harrison County 911 officials, several fire crews revisited the scene of a previous vacant house fire in Taylor County Wednesday morning.

Officials said crews arrived on scene of a fully engulfed fire just before 3:30 a.m. on Flemington High School Road in Flemington at the same vacant house that was ruled a arson fire earlier this month. 

Flemington, Grafton, and Bridgeport Fire Departments, along with Flemington EMS and the Taylor County Sheriff's Department, all responded to the fire Wednesday. 

The incident is an ongoing investigation.

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08/06/14:

The State Fire Marshal's Office has ruled that arson was the cause of a house fire near Flemington High School.

Assistant State Fire Marshal Mackey Ayersman said someone set fire to cardboard boxes and garbage outside the house, damaging its outside. The doors were locked, and there were no working utilities.

The house's tenants were recently evicted, said Ayersman.

This is an ongoing investigation.

ORIGINAL STORY:

A fire broke out at a vacant house in Taylor County Tuesday morning, sending several crews to the scene.

It happened just after 2:15 a.m. on Flemington High School Road in Flemington.

According to Harrison County 911 officials, Flemington Fire Department first responded to the scene. Anmoore, Stonewood and Grafton Fire Departments responded to the scene, along with Flemington EMS.

The cause of the fire is unknown.

Make sure to check back with 12 News for updates.

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