Investigation closed in Adairsville house fire
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Carla and Free Baugh search through their Adairsville home Thursday evening for sentimental items that may have survived the fire that destroyed the residence a few hours earlier. The Baugh’s were out shopping for a ball glove for one of their children when they got a call that the house was on fire. The house is near McKenzie Street and Old Highway 41. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
Carla and Free Baugh search through their Adairsville home Thursday evening for sentimental items that may have survived the fire that destroyed the residence a few hours earlier. The Baugh’s were out shopping for a ball glove for one of their children when they got a call that the house was on fire. The house is near McKenzie Street and Old Highway 41. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
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The cause of a fire that left an Adairsville family without a home Thursday afternoon is undetermined and the case has been closed, Bartow County Fire Department Sgt. Lisa Hahn said.

BCFD arrived at 138 41st St. at 1:26 p.m. to the one-story house owned by Moselle Harris. The fire was under control by 2:39 p.m. but was a total loss, Hahn said.

No occupants were in the home when the fire started, and Red Cross was called in to assist the family.

BCFD and Cartersville Fire Department reported working no other fires in the 24 hours through 9:30 p.m. Thursday.