Fire crews attend Wainui blaze

Last updated 06:21 09/07/2014

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Fire fighters are at a house fire in Wainuiomata this morning.

The fire started in a garage at a Dunn St property in the Lower Hutt suburb shortly before 5am, Fire communications shift manager Jan Wills said.

The fire spread to the house.

The garage was ablaze when fire crews arrived.

The state of the house was not immediately clear.

It was not yet known if people were inside the house when the fire started but there were no reported injuries.

Fire safety investigators would consider whether the cause of the fire was suspicious.

The fire was under control by 6am but four crews were still at the scene.

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