NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — No injuries were reported in two Nashville house fires that were reported within 30 minutes of each other on Friday morning.
The Nashville Fire Department said crews are still working to extinguish the second reported fire after the call came in around 6:30 a.m. on 23rd Avenue South.
Sky 5 flew over the area, where heavy smoke and flames could be seen. Firefighters have since gotten the blaze under control.
Heartbreaking.. Sky 5 over a second house fire this morning in Nashville this one on 23rd Ave South.— Heather Mathis (@NC5_HMathis) December 18, 2020
Flames and heavy smoke coming from the home. @NC5 #Breaking pic.twitter.com/FU72G72RcO
The department said there are no reported injuries and no one was inside. The home was under renovation at the time of the fire.
Our crews are doing a great job containing this fire on 23rd Avenue South. This house was under renovation. We have no injuries reported. Our fire investigators are on scene. Please avoid the area! #NFDin2020 pic.twitter.com/T7oKPxIM80— Nashville Fire Dept (@NashvilleFD) December 18, 2020
Another fire was reported earlier in the hour at Kingston Street and Sultana Avenue. Fire crews have since contained that blaze, as well.
Sky 5 is flying over a house fire on Kingston St & Sultana Ave. #Breaking @NC5 pic.twitter.com/pDlnicLZ6d— Heather Mathis (@NC5_HMathis) December 18, 2020
The cause of either fire was not yet known.