Man found dead in home burned by fire

The fire was put out quickly, but firefighters discovered the body of a person inside.

Associated Press

BUCKLEY — A man was found dead after a fire burned a home in Buckley, Washington.

KOMO-TV reported that firefighters were called to the 400 block of Rosewood Drive around 1:30 a.m. Monday and found flames coming from the front of the home.

The fire was put out quickly, but firefighters discovered the body of a person inside.

There is no word yet how the man died or what started the fire, and the victim’s identity has not been released.

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