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Fire in NW Charlotte burns top of home

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -

Around 4:30am Sunday morning a home caught fire in northwest Charlotte on Tilden Road.

Charlotte Fire says no one is hurt and the top of the home is burnt.

WBTV will keep you updated when more details are released.

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