Vacant building catches fire in Pigeon Forge

Pigeon Forge Firefighters are trying to figure out how a kitchen where no one stayed caught fire.

Apartment catches fire at Oakmont Resort. (Source: Kyle Grainger, WVLT)

PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. (WVLT) --- Pigeon Forge Firefighters are trying to figure out how a kitchen where no one stayed caught fire.

Firefighters were called to the Oakmont Resort on Veterans Boulevard around noon. Firefighters say they arrived to find a small kitchen fire in an unoccupied building. The building is being renovated.

Investigators say they are looking at evidence to see how the fire started. There was no major damage.


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