House collapses after overnight fire in Grand Rapids
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Nobody was hurt after a fire destroyed a house in Grand Rapids early Tuesday morning.
It happened at around 1:45 a.m. on Sigsbee Street near Diamond Avenue in the city’s Southeast side. Neighbors called to report the fire, and said they thought the home was vacant.
When crews arrived, there were heavy flames shooting from the house.
While the firefighters were working to gain control over the blaze, the home collapsed. Some of the flames spread to a neighboring home, but crews got them under control before they could spread any further.
There were no injuries reported, and there is no word yet on a cause.