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Firefighters are on scene of a house fire in the North Main area of downtown Greenville on Friday morning.Greenville firefighters said the fire started in a home on West Earle Street just before 7 a.m. Firefighters said when they first arrived, one home was engulfed in flames. The heat from the fire spread to the home next door, causing it to ignite and damage the attic, according to firefighters. Everyone made it out of both homes safely and no injuries have been reported, according to firefighters.

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