WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- Demolition is continuing in the Lindberg Village after a fire devastated five homes more than 100 days ago.
This is the second house to be demolished on Tesla Drive.
As we reported on July 12th fives homes were destroyed and four others were damaged from a house fire.
Then on August 30th we reported the cause of the fire was undetermined.
Neighbors still remember the day it happened.
One of them said it was unbelievable to see the homes being wiped out.
"The response was just really heartwarming, but it was terrifying," said Liz Lukens. "We were all out there. A lot of people that live back here just came back and watched and couldn't believe what we were seeing."
The fire started at 3681 Tesla Drive.
More homes will be demolished in the coming weeks.
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