Hispanic Family Loses Home in Fire

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A Hispanic family lost their home and everything in it during a major fire in the Point area today.

Three fire tenders were called to the scene to extinguish the blaze, which spread to nearby trees and brush.

No one was reportedly home when the fire began and there were no reports of injuries. Three people lived in the house, a mother, son and son’s wife.

According to reports, the family left the home ten minutes earlier to go to the supermarket.

A female occupant fainted on the scene as she watched her possessions go up in smoke.

She reportedly lived at the home for over 20 years.

Police are still investigating the cause of the fire.

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  1. All these fires in point lately what could be the cause …..they should give COOL AND SMOOTH THE CONTRACT YO BUILD HOMES AT A HIGH MARK UP VALUE ….THEY GETTING CONTRACTS TO BUILD ROADS ,CONTRACTS TO INSTALL CCTV CAMERAS AT QUARRIES…IMAGINE THEY PUT IN A BID TO INSTALL CCTV CAMERAS THAT COST OVER 500,000 AND THERE ARE BIDS IN FOR AS LOW AS 170,000 AND THEY GETTING THE WORK WHAT SORCERY IS THIS Y Y Y IS THIS HAPPENING IS A MINISTER GETTING KICK BACKS

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