A fire caused $10,000 in damage early Saturday morning in Junction City.

The Junction City Fire Department responded to the fire at 2:15 a.m. at 336 West First St.

The first responders reported smoke showing and fire from one window on the side of the structure. The crews gained access through the front door and upon entry, they encountered the fire in the living room, dining room and front bedroom of the structure.

Officials determined that no one was inside the structure at the time of the fire. The department reported that none of the 15 firefighters that responded were injured while putting out the fire.

Officials said the cause of the fire is under investigation.

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