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No injuries reported in house fire

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The duplex where the fire occurred. The duplex where the fire occurred.

SHEPHERDSVILLE, KY  (WAVE) - Shepherdsville firefighters put out a blaze Saturday morning in a duplex style home.

No one was hurt.

According to Chief Layne Troutman, they were called at 5:10 a.m. to a home in the 500 block of Buckman Street, just north of downtown Shepherdsville.

On arrival, Troutman said crews saw heavy smoke and fire coming from a rear window. The five occupants of the duplex were already outside.

A Bullitt County EMS crew checked out one of the residents for smoke inhalation, but Troutman said that male was not transported to the hospital.

The department is investigating to determine what started the fire. Bullitt County dispatch said traffic on Buckman Street, also called Preston Highway, was not impacted. Crews were clearing the scene by 8:45 a.m.

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