Firefighters do not believe anyone was hurt when a home in Holt was consumed by flames early Monday morning.

Holly Whigham, a spokeswoman for the Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue Service, said multiple units responded to reports of a structure fire in Holt around 7:30 Monday morning.

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When their trucks arrived on scene at 42nd Avenue Northeast shortly after, the house was already fully involved in the blaze.

The fire was mostly under control by 8:30, but the house suffered major damage. An ambulance was on scene Monday morning as a precautionary measure, but Whigham said firefighters do not currently believe anyone was injured in the incident.

The blaze comes just three days after a fire destroyed a reportedly abandoned residence on Holt's Coke Avenue Northeast Friday afternoon about a mile away from the Monday fire.

The causes of both fires are under investigation and it is too early to say if they were linked in any way.

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