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Fire damages Dunedin home

DUNEDIN — Fire damaged a home early Sunday morning and injured two residents, according to fire officials.

The Dunedin Fire Department responded to a reported explosion just after 8 p.m. in a garage at 788 Lakeside Drive, according to a fire department report.

When crews arrived, the single story home was engulfed in flames. The fire was quickly put out.

Two residents of the home were slightly injured but refused transport to a hospital. The cause of the fire was still under investigation.

Crews from Clearwater and Safety Harbor fire departments, Sunstar and Pinellas County Sheriff's Office assisted, according to the report.

Fire damages Dunedin home 06/12/16 [Last modified: Sunday, June 12, 2016 4:12pm]
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