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Pitt County home damaged in early morning fire

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GREENVILLE, N.C. - A home is badly damaged after an early morning fire in Pitt County.

Officials tell 9 On Your Side the fire started around 3:10 Friday morning. Two people were inside the house at the time, and were able to get out safely.

It appears the fire started in an downstairs bedroom, but it is unclear at this time what started the fire.

The owners are turning the home over to insurance to determine if it is a total loss, but at this time it is unfit to dwell. The American Red Cross was on scene this morning.
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