Posted May 24, 2018 06:30:54While it’s hard to believe that a home in Atlanta has burned down in the past, the story of the Atlanta House on Fire is a cautionary tale for anyone who thinks that they can burn down a home.
The story is actually not that far fetched.
In the early 2000s, a group of young people decided to start a fire.
The house was empty, and they decided to use it as a makeshift living space, using an old bed and a couch as a fire pit.
One day the fire started, and the fire burned for four days before the house caught on fire.
A group of teenagers got together and decided to rebuild the house.
Eventually, they took the fire back to the original spot where they started it.
The house on FIRE burned to the ground, and it was destroyed by the fire.
It’s hard not to imagine how the story could have played out differently had it been a different age.
After the fire, the group decided to take the fire to the police department, and a fire chief was brought in to investigate.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the police report states that there was “no evidence of any arson, nor was there evidence of intentional destruction of property.”
The police officer wrote that there were no reports of the house burning or fire jumping.
At the time, Atlanta’s fire department was in the midst of a major fire season.
As of this writing, the house has been destroyed and the cause of the fire is unknown.
Atlanta’s fire marshal is also currently investigating the fire and is working to determine the cause.
While this story might not be the last you’ll hear about a house on the fire this summer, it’s important to note that this is an example of a relatively recent phenomenon.
A house that was destroyed due to an arson incident in 2012 still stood on fire when the house was burned to a crisp in 2014.
And it wasn’t a complete disaster.
The house was rebuilt and now sits on a piece of land.
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