Ocala home left in ruins after fire, pictures show

No injuries reported, fire officials said

Crews battle fire in Ocala Wednesday afternoon (Ocala Fire Rescue)

OCALA, Fla. – An Ocala home was devastated Wednesday afternoon after a fire tore through the building, leaving it in ruins, according to Ocala fire officials.

Fire crews said they responded around 12:04 p.m. to the home, which was located at the 1700 block of Northwest Fourth Street.

Remains of the home along Northwest Fourth Street (Ocala Fire Rescue)

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In a release, fire officials said crews searched through the building, though there was no one inside. Pictures released by Ocala Fire Rescue show the extent of the damage to the home.

Crews searched the home and found no one inside (Ocala Fire Rescue)

No injuries were reported, and the cause of the fire is still unknown, the release shows.

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