PHOENIX - Firefighters say lightning struck a Phoenix home early Friday morning, sparking a fire in the attic.
According to the Phoenix Fire Department, crews responded to the single-story home near Cave Creek Road and Peoria Avenue.
"Initial reports indicate that lightning has struck this home causing a fire in the attic," the department said on July 23.
Crews quickly gained control of the fire.
(Phoenix Fire Department)
No one was living at the home at the time of the fire.
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