Crews respond to fire at home under construction

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PARK CITY, Utah – Fire crews responded to a blaze at a vacant home under construction in Park City Friday afternoon.

The fire was at a home located at 416 Deer Valley Drive, and officials said the fire was extinguished sometime after noon.

Capt. Phil Kirk, Park City Police Department, said the cause of the fire is unknown. FOX 13 News will have more information as it becomes available.

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  • E Adams

    I worked at the deer valley house that caught on fire recently and the fire is because they didn’t want to throw trash away and they burned all of the remodel debris in the fire place, all day, everyday, and most of our lumber has glue in it, collecting on the flue and starting the fire

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