Overnight house fire under investigation - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Overnight house fire under investigation

Scene of the fire on Edgeware Scene of the fire on Edgeware

(WMC-TV) - Action News 5 was on the scene of an early morning fire near the airport Friday.

A house on South Edgeware Road went up in flames. The fire is currently under investigation, and we are working to get more details.

We are not sure how the fire started. Also, neighbors say a family lives at the home, but it is not clear if anyone was inside at the time of the fire.

As new information comes in, we will update this article.

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