No one injured in overnight McCordsville house fire

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Officials say a fire broke out in the 5700 block of N. Attleburg Drive, McCordsville around 11 p.m. Saturday night. No one was injured.
HANCOCK COUNTY – Officials with Buck Creek Township Fire Department were called to an overnight fire in the 5700 block of N. Attleburg Drive, McCordsville around 11 p.m. Saturday night. Officials with the fire department, alongside neighboring departments were on the scene for several hours working the blaze in freezing conditions and say fortunately no one was injured in the confirmed structure fire. Upon arrival, officials with Buck Creek Township say Ladder 471 crews found heavy smoke and fire coming from the rear of the residence. Officials say they were able to do a quick search of the two story structure which revealed all residents and even pets were out safety. The fire was quickly marked under control, officials with Buck Creek Township said. Crews from Buck Creek Township as well as multiple other agencies were on the scene for over four hours and were still doing work early this morning. Officials did now say how the fire started. Officials with Buck Creek Township say would like to extend gratitude to the neighboring departments who helped get this blaze under control quickly. The department received help from the Vernon Township Fire Department, Sugar Creek Township Fire Department, the City of Lawrence Fire Department and the McCordsville Police Department as well as coordination and communication help form Hancock County 911.