O'BRIEN, Ore. -- Fire investigators are looking into what started a house fire near O'Brien Saturday night.
Ned Booth, Public Information Officer with Illinois Valley Fire, said around 6:23 p.m. crews were sent to a house fire in the 33200 block of Redwood Highway, just south of the O'Brien store.
Booth said a lot of smoke was coming from the structure when crews got there. They were able to contain the fire before it spread throughout the home.
Booth also said all of the house's residents were outside when firefighters arrived and no one was hurt.
Investigators will go back through the scene Sunday to work to determine the fire's cause.
This is a developing story and will be updated with the latest information as it becomes available.
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