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Ashley Lowery, Deseret News
Firefighters work to put out a blaze at a house in Salt Lake City Sunday. The fire at 2505 E. Lambourne Ave. (3160 South) started around 8 p.m. in the home's kitchen, said Unified Fire Authority spokesman Travis Hanberg.

Firefighters work to put out a blaze at a house in Salt Lake City Sunday. The fire at 2505 E. Lambourne Ave. (3160 South) started around 8 p.m. in the home's kitchen, said Unified Fire Authority spokesman Travis Hanberg. Investigators were still trying to pinpoint an exact cause, but the homeowner's daughter said cooking grease from a batch of french fries likely sparked the blaze. The fire was the second at the home in just less than seven years, the daughter said. Firefighters were able to knock the flames down quickly, Hanberg said, but not before fire charred most of the home, causing about $200,000 in damage. Two people who were inside the home escaped without injury. A family dog was still missing as firefighters began their mop-up efforts Sunday night.