KEARNS, Utah — Fire officials said a home in Kearns is likely to be a total loss after a single alarm fire Saturday.
Battalion Chief Brian Anderton of the Unified Fire Authority said they received the call of the fire at about 4:53 p.m. and responded to the area of 4500 West and 4900 South.
When crews arrived on scene, the home was “heavily engulfed”, Anderton said. Footage submitted by a FOX 13 News viewer shows the burning residence.
Three residents live in the home, but two were not present when the fire broke out. An adult son made it safely out of the home, and no injuries were reported.
Anderton said the home appears to be a total loss, and the American Red Cross in Utah is helping the residents find a place to stay for the night.
The cause of the fire is unknown at this time, but investigators are on scene to make that determination.
Later Saturday, fire authorities tweeted a photo of damage to the home.