Vacant house catches fire, could be suspicious
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JACKSON, Tenn. — A house caught fire Saturday evening around 7 o’clock with no one living inside. Firefighters said no one was living in the home on Wisteria Street and that the cause is still under investigation, although they are calling it suspicious. Eyewitnesses said the house went up in flames quickly. No one was injured. “My husband ran up to make sure there was no one in the house,” said Jessica Gibbs, who saw it all happen. “My grandma went and called 911, and I think within just minutes flames were coming out, glass was shattering and it just looked like the whole front of the house was just melting.” Firefighters were able to contain the flames within a few minutes of their arrival.