CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Investigators determined lighting sparked a fire Sunday morning at a home displacing a south Charlotte family.
Firefighters responded to a house on Greengate Lane close to 8
a.m., the same time that thunder and lightning moved through that area.
More than two dozen firefighters worked to put out the fire.
The Charlotte Fire Department said the fire caused $20,000 in damages.
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