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Falls City home damaged by fire

(KLZA)-- Fire caused significant damage to a Falls City home early Tuesday morning.

Amy Olberding  awoke to a house filled with smoke shortly before 5:00 a.m. 

Falls City Volunteer Fire  Department Public Information Officer Jon McQueen said the house at 1515 Nemaha Street suffered heavy smoke damage and fire damage to the roof of the home, but said no one was hurt in the fire.  A family pet did perish in the fire. 

The State Fire Marshall's Office will investigate the cause of the fire.  McQueen said it appears the fire started in the basement.  

The Falls City Rural Fire Department responded to the mutual aid call as did the Falls City  Volunteer  Ambulance  Squad. Fire fighters were on the scene for about  five hours.  

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