INDIANAPOLIS – Four people were rescued Monday morning after a fire spread to three homes north of downtown Indianapolis.
Indianapolis Firefighters were called to 36th and Illinois just before 6 a.m. Monday. That’s near the intersection of 38th and Meridian.
IFD says two homes that were under construction caught fire and it had spread to a third home with family of four inside. The family included two adult and two children, but firefighters were able to safely remove them from the home.
Both homes that were under construction are likely a total loss, according to IFD.
Crews are still investigating what caused the fired.
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