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Early Morning Fire Breaks Out at Vacant Mustang Home

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Crews are looking into the cause of a structure fire that broke out early Monday morning at an empty building east of Sparks.

Officials tell us it was a vacant home between the Truckee River and Interstate 80, just off of the Mustang exit.

They say a car driving by spotted the flames around 3am.

They say no one was there, but the building was full engulfed with flames.

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