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LAS VEGAS -- Firefighters battled a fire in a home on Paseo Court near Sahara Avenue and Buffalo Drive Wednesday morning.

Spokesman Tim Szymanski with Las Vegas Fire & Rescue said the fire started in the attic of the large home. An investigation is underway into what may have started the fire.

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