HONOLULU — Four residents of a home on the island of Molokai have been displaced after the house where they were living caught fire, officials said.
Fire officials said two residents were home when the fire broke out, Hawaii News Now reported Sunday.
They made it out safely, no injuries were reported and it took firefighters about a half hour to get the fire under control. Officials set the damage cost at $120,000 to the building, Hawaii News Now reported.
The cause was initially determined as accidental, fire officials said. The American Red Cross is helping the displaced residents.