ISSAQUAH, Wash. - Fire crews are investigating a fire at a house in Issaquah Monday that was hit by arson several weeks ago.
Monday’s fire is the second to hit the home on 252nd Avenue Southeast in a month.
The fire that erupted shortly after 6 a.m. extended into the attic over the garage, where repairs from the last fire had already been started.
Everyone in the home got out safely.
Investigators are looking for the cause.
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