Multiple agencies assisted a three-alarm fire in Lewisville Friday afternoon, Lewisville Fire Chief Tim Tittle said.
The fire, Tittle said, began on an electrical fence wire, before reaching a shed and burning more than an acre of property in the 1100 block Kingston Drive.
"We got the call about 3:15 p.m.," he said.
Officials said the fire had been going for a bit, before it was noticed by residents in the area.
"Once it reached the shed and part of the home, people were able to see the flames and that's when we got called," Tittle said.
The home was unoccupied at the time and stripped of sheet rock due to the home undergoing renovations.
The fire, Tittle said, was called in as a three alarm mainly for additional manpower to help put the fire out more quickly.
"Due to the heat and dry conditions, we didn't want the fire to spread," he said.
After an hour, the blaze was out, he said.
The firefighters were braving triple digits and, Tittle said, because of the extra assistance, nobody suffered heat exhaustion and no injures were reported.
Tittle said they believe the cause of the fire was electrical.
Carrollton, Lake Cities and Flower Mound fire departments assisted.
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