House damaged by Harvey catches fire in west Houston

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Fire trucks had a hard time getting around the piles of debris. (KTRK)

Firefighters extinguished a house fire in west Houston that was flooded by Hurricane Harvey.

The fire started around 4:20 a.m. Tuesday on Boheme Drive near Gaywood.

Fire trucks had a hard time getting around the piles of debris, and crews were having issues finding a water source because the fire hydrant was covered with debris.



It's not clear what caused the fire, when it started or if there are any injuries.
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