Firefighters put out blaze at SE Houston home
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Firefighters were busy this morning with a house fire in southeast Houston.
Flames and smoke had already filled the home on Anita at Milby by the time firefighters arrived.
There were reports of possible trapped residents. Firefighters said they had a difficult time getting through the house, which was reportedly filled with furniture and other items.
When they completed the search, they found no one there.
The blaze was extinguished, but caused extensive damage to the home and its contents.
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