An early-morning fire left a downtown Naperville home destroyed Monday.
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No one was home when the fire started in a two-story house at 115 N. Huffman St., east of North Central College campus, around 12:10 a.m. Monday, according to the Naperville Fire Department.
First arriving units reported a two story wood frame home fully involved in fire on all floors.
The first arriving crews brought nine vehicles to the scene. Once they arrived, they were informed by a neighbor that no one was home. An additional 14 vehicles were dispatched to the scene, according to the Naperville Fire Department.
Firefighters battled a "heavy volume of fire" on multiple floors of the home and were able to bring the fire under control at 12:35 a.m., according to the fire department.
No injuries were reported and crews remained on the scene for several hours looking for hot spots and assisting fire investigators, according to the fire department.
The home was deemed uninhabitable and estimated damage is more than $300,000.
The cause of the fire has yet to be determined, according to the fire department.
The Naperville Fire Department was assisted at the scene by Naperville Police, Electric, and Transportation and Engineering Departments as well as NICOR. Units from Aurora and Bolingbrook Fire Departments and the Lisle-Woodridge, Plainfield and Warrenville Fire Protection Districts assisted in providing coverage to the rest of the city during the incident.