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story.lead_photo.caption Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista One Bella Vista firefighter runs back to the truck for a tool during the department's response to a structure fire at 14 Herbides Circle. No humans were in the building, but firefighters did recover a live cat, who survived, from the structure.

Bella Vista firefighters resonded to a structure fire at 14 Hebrides Circle Friday morning.

The fire, which was called in at 11:20 a.m. Friday, Feb. 8, appeared to start at the back of the building but the cause is still under investigation. This is the third in a series of recent home fires, following a Jan. 20 fire on Crosston Lane and a Jan. 23 fire on Sandridge Drive

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Bella Vista police and firefighters discuss the fire during the response to a structure fire at 14 Herbides Circle Friday, Feb. 8. No humans were in the building, but firefighters did recover a live cat, who survived, from the structure. The fire, which was called in at 11:20 a.m., appeared to start at the back of the building but the cause is still under investigation. This is the third in a series of recent home fires in Bella Vista, following a Jan. 20 fire on Crosston Lane and a Jan. 23 fire on Sandridge Drive.

General News on 02/09/2019

Print Headline: Hebrides Circle home catches fire

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