SAN ANTONIO – Two Northwest side homes were awakened Christmas morning to fire crews fighting a blaze in their neighboring homes.
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Authorities share that the fire happened around 5 a.m. on Monday near the 9100 block of Johnny Reb Drive.
The San Antonio Fire Department says that the fire initially started at a one-story home and the strong winds managed to catch the two-story neighboring home. The one-story home had a man and dog inside when the fire occurred. Unfortunately, the homeowner lost his dog due to the house fire. The home also received a significant amount of damage and was a total loss.
Fire crews had nearly 30 units at the scene when they were fighting the blaze. Two people were inside the two-story home at the time of the fire. The two-story home only received damage to the outside of the residence. Fire crews tried to help both neighbors grab as many things as possible of sentimental value.
No other injuries were reported and the cause of the fire has not yet been determined.