Firefighters Battle Massive Fire at Bryan Home

By: KBTX Staff Email
By: KBTX Staff Email

The investigation continues into what caused a house fire in Bryan.

The home is considered to be a total loss.

Several area units responded to the blaze around 4PM Sunday in the 200 block of Sulpher Springs.

Heavy smoke could be seen across the city from the two story home.

As the blaze spread, a motorcycle next to the house caught on fire, as did what appeared to be a propane tank.

Trees around the house also caught fire, but firefighters were able to knock down those flames before the blaze spread to neighboring properties.

The only resident home at the time escaped without injury.

No injuries have been reported.

Six college students reportedly lived in the Bryan home


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