LEALMAN, Fla. (WFLA) – St. Petersburg Fire Rescue was on scene of a fully involved house fire Tuesday night.
The fire burned in a home at 2431 52nd Avenue North.
The two-story building housed three apartments. A nearby garage was also on fire.
Firemen had to back out because of the dangerous, but the fire was put out in approximately 40 minutes.
There were no injuries reported in the fire.
Several engine companies responded, including Pinellas Park and Lealman along with St. Petersburg Fire Rescue.
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