Firefighters say no one was hurt in a blaze on the 2300 block of Kennesaw Drive Friday morning.
There was no visible damage from outside the one-story house. However, firefighters say lots of smoke was billowing into the air when they got to the scene.
Firefighters say it was quite a task to get to some water to put out the flames. They tell WBTV they had to go several blocks away, to Newland Avenue, to get to a hydrant. It took 27 firefighters ten minutes to knock down the flames.
Charlotte Fire says the people who lived in the home have been displaced, but no one was hurt.
There is no word on what caused the fire.
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