A fire late last night tore through a northeast Kansas City, Kan., house, causing extensive damage.
The fire broke out about 11:30 p.m. Wednesday in at two-story, wood frame house at 1611 Garfield Avenue.
The started on the first floor of the house and by the time firefighters arrived, they saw flames shooting from the house.
Four adults and one child lived in the house, but no one was home at the time, according to fire fighters. No one was injured.
The fire caused an estimated $65,000 in damages, which fire officials said was extensive and extended into the second floor of the home.
Officials are still investigating the fire to determine its cause.