WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — More than two months after a massive fire destroyed five homes in a West Lafayette neighborhood, what's left of those homes is coming down.
Neighbors have been posting progress pictures in a Lindberg Village neighborhood Facebook group. According to the posts, the demolition started Monday.
The investigation showed the fire originated at 3681 Tesla Drive on July 12th around 3 p.m. Investigators say the incident was not related to a natural gas explosion and the cause was ruled undetermined.
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