YOLO COUNTY (CBS13) — Authorities say three people and a kitten were able to escape from a house fire west of Davis early Thursday morning.
The West Plainfield Fire Department says firefighters responded to the scene a little after 3 a.m. It appears the fire started on a porch but by the time firefighters arrived, the backside of the house was starting to burn.
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House Fire along Russell Blvd outside Davis! Everybody out safely. This sweet kitten with escaped with frayed whiskers. @GoodDaySac @CBSSacramento @allyaredas @JohnDabkovich pic.twitter.com/5qSs1l8vsD
— DG (@CameraGuyDave1) September 3, 2020
Flames then got up into the attic and roof of the home before they were reigned in by firefighters.READ MORE: New Law Makes Getting License Easier For Barbers And Hairstylists In California
Three people were inside the home; all got out safely. A kitten was also rescued and suffered some burned whiskers, but is otherwise OK.MORE NEWS: Dinosaur Exhibits Open At Sacramento Zoo
Exactly what started the fire is now under investigation.