HUDSON, TX (KTRE) - An early Thursday morning fire that heavily damaged an Angelina County home is believed to have been caused by a heater, according to firefighters.
Around 12:14 a.m., a Hudson Volunteer Fire Department engine, tanker, and attack unit responded to 179 Sun Meadow Street, off Highway 103 West.
First responders said the fire spread through the attic of the single-story house and was likely sparked by the central heating unit.
A Hudson firefighter said water and smoke damage is present throughout the house.
The American Red Cross is now working with the family to locate a place to stay.