Fast-moving fire damages Woodbridge home

The investigation continues today into what caused a fast moving fire in Woodbridge that the homeowner apparently didn't know about until firefighters showed up.Firefighters say

WOODBRIDGE - The investigation continues today into what caused a fast moving fire in Woodbridge that the homeowner apparently didn't know about until firefighters showed up.

Firefighters say when they got to Penny Lane yesterday afternoon flames were 40-feet high.

The homeowner says she was was at the other end of the house at the time.

The chief says it was a challenge for the trucks to get the hoses up the 1,000-foot driveway.

The home was badly damaged, but no one was hurt.

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