UPDATE: Firefighters working to determine cause of blaze at SE Oklahoma City home

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Oklahoma City firefighters at the scene of a deadly warehouse fire.

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Fire crews extinguished a blaze at an Oklahoma City home, and are working to determine the cause of the fire.

Firefighters were called to SE 25th and Central Avenue at around 8 p.m. Friday.

An Oklahoma City Fire Department official told KFOR that no one was inside the home, but flames were burning through the roof.

Crews snuffed out the blaze and are extinguishing hot spots to secure the area.

Officials are working to determine what ignited the fire.

A top Fire Department official told KFOR that the home was under renovation and had been boarded up. Crews fought the blaze from the the perimeter because sheetrock and floorboards had been pulled out of the home.

The house caught on fire two years ago as well.

A damage estimate has not yet been provided.

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