Killeen: Kids Arrive Home After School To Find Black Smoke Filling The House

By: Christopher Shadrock Email
By: Christopher Shadrock Email
Some elementary school children arrived home Friday afternoon to find their house filling with black smoke from a fire burning in the master bedroom.

(Photo by Christopher Shadrock)

KILLEEN (November 9, 2012)—The American Red Cross was assisting a Killeen family Friday evening after some elementary school children arrived home to find black smoke filling their house.

The children arrived home at around 3 p.m. Friday and entered the house at 3903 Littlerock Dr. through the back door only to encounter smoke.

They got out and called 911.

Firefighters were able to contain the fire damage to the master bedroom, but smoke damaged other parts of the house.

A fire official estimated damage at about $10,000.

A woman and three children live in the house, the official said.

No one was hurt.

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