• 3 house fires took place overnight across the city


    MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Three fires broke out in four hours across the city late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.

    The first house fire took place in the 4400 block of Tall Tree Circle in East Memphis. That fire took place around 10:45 Tuesday night.

    Officials said the fire was under control by 11:24 p.m. That house was also under renovation and no one was living there.

    No injures were reported and that fire is under investigation. 

    The fire was through the roof when MFD arrived and 33 firefighters battled those flames.

    Shocking viewer video shows a fire completely taking over another home in South Memphis.

    This home was in the 1300 block of S. Orleans.

    Olivia Johnson, the viewer that took the footage told FOX13, "Yes it has been vacant for quiet some time. It was boarded up until someone broke into it... But within the past few month trucks have been out to it."

    This was just one of several house fires early Wednesday morning. 

    Another fire took place in the 1200 block of S. Orleans. That house was also vacant and took place around 1:15 a.m.

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