Went up in flames in hobo station in prentiss county this morning.
Thankfully no one was injured.
Our wayne hereford joins us live from prentiss county to tell us the extent of the damage.
The livingstons have lived on this property here in hobo community just off of highway 4 east since 1977.
The home went up in flames early this morning as as fire departments were called out shortly after 6 a.
The man and his wife both say that investigators told them the fire appears to have started in the kitchen or either the bathroom but it is still under investigation.
Fortunately no one was injured .
I talked with one of the homeowners about the fire.
"all i know is when they called me we were up in alabama.
And i got back about 7: 30 or 8 the house was already in flames.
I guess there were seven or eight fire departments here and they were putting the water to it but once it got started in the older part it went in a hurry."
The livingstons have a business right next to the house not far less than a hundred yards or so it was not damaged during this fire .
Ita the se4cond time wtva has been on the property here as we talked toray livingston a few months ago when this same home was burglarized during a string of burglaries here sot....,"but that's the way it goes."
On the property here as we talked toray livingston a few months ago when this same home was burglarized during a string of burglaries here sot....,"but that's the way it goes."
The livingstons say they will rebuild right here in this same spot where they have been since 1977.
The fire is still under investigation.
In hobo community i'm wayne hereford wtva nine news.
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