Emergency crews in LaVergne quickly extinguished a house fire Monday morning.
The fire occurred on Fergus Road around 3 a.m.
The homeowners said they were asleep when their dogs started barking and the smoke alarm was triggered.
The residents said the fire started in their kitchen.
When crews arrived, they could see heavy smoke and flames shooting out of the roof. They were able to get the fire under control quickly, so it didn't leave much damage to the home.
All three people who were inside the house were able to escape unharmed.
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