BAKERSFIELD - Fire investigators are trying to figure out was sparked a late-night blaze at a home in Southeast Bakersfield Thursday.
A vacant home caught fire just before midnight on Madison Street and E. Planz Road.
It took fire crews about 10 minutes to put out the flames.
There are not reports of injuries.
It is unknown how much damage the fire caused.
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