Everybody made it out safely, according to firefighters.
SAN ANTONIO — Officials are trying to determine if the cold weather might be to blame for a fire that broke out in a house near downtown.
San Antonio firefighters responded to the the 200 block of St. Frances Avenue just south of the downtown area around 9 p.m. Sunday night for reports of a fire.g
SAFD said the fire broke out in the attic, but they were able to extinguish it quickly.
Everybody made it out of the home safely. No estimate was provided on the exact amount of damage to the home.
Firefighters will be investigating the cause.
This is a developing story.
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