Flames tore by a house after a reported lightning strike in Georgia, pictures present.
A digicam captured smoke billowing over the roof after officers mentioned the home caught fireplace on Thursday, June 2.
Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services mentioned somebody known as 911 to report seeing a neighbor’s attic on fireplace. Officials consider lightning hit the home whereas the house owner was out of city.
Firefighters responded about 6:30 p.m. to the home on Brackin Trace in Grayson, roughly 35 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta.
“Crews worked hard to contain the bulk of the fire to the garage and the attic above the garage, but fire did extend to part of the upstairs living space and smoke damage extended throughout the home,” officers wrote in a Facebook put up.
Firefighters mentioned the house owner’s family members got here to the scene “to help secure belongings and begin the recovery process.” No one was damage within the blaze.
The similar day as the hearth, the National Weather Service issued a number of extreme storm warnings within the northern a part of the state. The alerts warned of the potential for penny-sized hail and 60-mph winds.