A line of houses caught fire on Friday afternoon, July 12th, in a West Lafayette neighborhood in Indiana.

The fires near Lindberg Village were under control and the Tippecanoe County Emergency Management Agency has worked with those affected, WLFI news reported.

A neighbor across the street told WLFI about 3 p.m. that he heard a big boom. He then sprayed his home with water in an effort to keep the siding on.
According to reports, Vectren was called to the scene to turn off gas lines and utilities in the neighborhood.

The fire’s cause has not been announced at this time.

Photos from WLFI show that from one of the residences, crews were able to save a dog.

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