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Laurel house fire sends one to hospital

A Laurel firefighter inspects the interior of a home at 937 Mississippi Ave. that was destroyed by fire Friday night. A Laurel firefighter inspects the interior of a home at 937 Mississippi Ave. that was destroyed by fire Friday night.
Laurel firefighters inspect the garage of a home on Mississippi Ave. which went up in flames Friday night. Laurel firefighters inspect the garage of a home on Mississippi Ave. which went up in flames Friday night.
LAUREL, MS (WDAM) -

One person was injured and two others escaped unhurt following a fire at a Laurel home Friday night. A house at 937 Mississippi Ave. went up in flames around 6 p.m. 

Three people were home at the time of the fire. One adult, who has not been identified, was injured and taken to South Central Regional Medical Center for treatment. His condition is unknown. 

Two children who were also living there were not hurt. 

Laurel firefighters worked for about 45 minutes to put the fire out. 

The cause is being investigated.  

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