Fire damages part of Columbia house

Thursday, February 24, 2011 | 6:59 p.m. CST
Columbia firefighters carry a cat around the front of the house at 1810 Brandeis Court, which caught fire today. The cat was rescued from inside the house as firefighters finished extinguishing the fire.

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COLUMBIA — A fire damaged the attic and part of the upper floor of a house today. The owner of the house escaped, and a cat was rescued. The house is at 1810 Brandeis Court.

A Columbia firefighter looks at some flames coming out of the roof line at a house at 1810 Brandeis Court on Thursday. The fire destroyed the attic and most of the back of the house before being extinguished.
Flames burn on the chimney of the house at 1810 Brandeis Court on Thursday. The owner of the house escaped the fire, which destroyed most of the upper floor and attic of the residence.

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