A Laurel Drive home was severely damaged when an attic fire spread through the house Monday evening.
Editor's Note: This article was revised after publication. An attic fire that spread to the roof and ground floor of a Frankfort Square house on Monday evening caused severe damage, according to the Frankfort Fire Protection District. The homeowners of the ranch house on the 7900 block of Laurel Drive have been displaced due to the severity of the structural damage to the roof supports of the home, in addition to the damage in the family room and kitchen. The fire did not result in any injuries. The cause of the incident is currently under investigation. Photos of the house after the fire can be viewed in the gallery above. Get news alerts and Facebook updates from these Lincoln-Way Patch sites:
The fire began in the attic and spread to the roof, family room and kitchen.
Editor's Note: This article was revised after publication to correct the address block of the site of the fire. The occupants of a Frankfort Square home were displaced after a fire severely damaged a house on Laurel Drive. Firefighters were called at approximately 9 p.m. Monday night to a home on the 7900 block of Laurel Drive in response to an attic fire. The fire began in the attic and then spread to the roof and ground floor, according to Frankfort Fire Protection District Battalion Chief Sean Fierce. The home’s roof supports suffered structural damage, and the family room and kitchen were damaged as well. No one was injured, but Fierce said that the damage was severe and that the owner and occupants of the home will be displaced. The …