Fire in North St. Louis leaves family of 8 without a home

ST. LOUIS, MO – A family of eight were displaced after their North St. Louis home burned down in the St. Louis Place neighborhood Sunday evening.

According to KMOV, Officials with the St. Louis Fire Department responded to the scene within the 1800 block of Hogan Street at about 7 p.m.

Firefighters were able to evacuate the building and put out the fire before anyone was hurt or the damage spread to other residences. However, the family’s home was declared uninhabitable following the blaze.

No word on what may have caused the fire has been released.

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