IRVINE, Ky. (WKYT)- Crews swarmed a home on McKee road just after four Tuesday morning after a neighbor called 911.
Officials say a two story farmhouse was fully engulfed in flames when they arrived. Fire officials now say the home was more than 200 years old. Following the fire, only two chimneys were left standing.
Investigators tell us they're still trying to figure out how the fire started. They say nobody has lived in the home for the last six months and the house did not have electricity running to it.
Firefighters say last week, three homes and three barns caught fire in the communities of Crooked Creek, Round Mountain, and Possum Run. The three homes were vacant, but the barns were in use. Firefighters say they're still investigating those cases and no arrests have been made.
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