Fire breaks out at NFL player Earl Thomas’ property

A fire has damaged the southeast Texas property of Seattle Seahawks football player Earl Thomas’, KBMT-12 reported.

Fire captain Mike Broaker stated that at around 1:00 a.m. on May 18, a fire broke out in the pool house and garage, both detached from the rest of the home. Fire crews spent an hour battling the fire and fortunately prevented it from spreading to the home.

Thomas was in Houston at the time of the incident but his parents were home and managed to escape from the fire unharmed. No injuries resulted from the fire. Authorities are still investigating what caused the fire.

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