Fire Breaks Out Again At Selma Home

For the second time in as many days, firefighters battled a fire at a Selma home.

Shortly after 8 a.m. Tuesday, fire crews were called to the two-story house at Second and Wilson.

The fire was so advanced, it destroyed the top floor.

This is the same house that caught fire about 12 hours earlier.

A family of six was able to escape the fire Monday night. Unfortunately, a cat was killed inside.

Investigators say it's possible embers could have hidden inside the 70-year-old wood house.

Firefighters have called in a dog to try to find out how the fire started.