ROME, N.Y. -- A house was destroyed after a fire broke out in Rome Thursday afternoon.
Just after 2 p.m. a home on Turin Road, just outside of Rome, went up in flames quickly before firefighters got a chance to knock it down.
The tall pines surrounding the home also went up in flames.
There were no injuries, and there is no word on a cause at this time.
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