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Neighbor: Cigarette sparks double house fire, rekindles hours later

ROCKFORD, Mich. — Large flames from a house fire ended up spreading to a neighboring home Saturday destroying both homes.

The fire broke out just after 10 p.m. Saturday night in the 100 block of Oak Street and ended up rekindling early Sunday morning.

A man who lives at the neighboring home says the fire started in the garage of the home next door after a plastic ash tray caught fire from a lit cigarette.

The fire quickly spread to that neighbor's home, leaving both homes uninhabitable, according to the neighbor who says everything is a complete loss.

There are no reports of any injuries at this time and that portion of Oak Street has since reopened.

No official cause has been released from investigators.

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  • ⚡️🤡⚡️

    Gah! Smokers stink, and it’s a stink that will never come out of anything.
    I’ve lived in many homes where the prior tenant smoked and it’s a ghastly odor.
    Plus if you do smoke, It’s a special kind of stupid who uses a “plastic ashtray”!
    I think the msg here is: STOP smoking!