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Indio Home Half-Consumed by Fire

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Fire destroyed about half of an Indio home in the 46000 block of Padua Circle. Fire destroyed about half of an Indio home in the 46000 block of Padua Circle.
More than 3 dozen firefighters responded to the vacant home to battle the fire. More than 3 dozen firefighters responded to the vacant home to battle the fire.
Indio, CA -

Fire destroyed about half of an Indio home Friday.

The fire was reported just after 2 p.m. in the 46000 block of Padua Circle, a cul-de-sac road just west of the Riverside County Fairgrounds.

Half of the single-story home was burning when firefighters arrived, according to Tawny Cabral of the Riverside County Fire Department.

Thirty-one firefighters with nine engine companies on scene were able to contain the fire at 3:02 p.m., Cabral said.

No injuries were reported.

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