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Passerby alerts resident her house is on fire

No one injured in blaze; dogs also escape unscathed

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Posted: Tuesday, February 15, 2011 12:00 am

A morning attic fire went unnoticed by the woman inside the house Monday, until a concerned citizen intervened.

Homeowner Silvia Isordia said she was taking her 6-year-old son to school when a fire started in her attic in the 1000 block of Pinot Noir Drive, and only her 22-year-old daughter was home. Because the fire was in the attic, Isordia’s daughter did not know there was a problem because the inside of the home was clear of smoke. She became aware of the fire when a stranger knocked on the door and informed her that flames and smoke were visible from the outside.

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