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(KSL News) Investigators are searching for the cause of a two-alarm house fire in Draper.
The fire started just before 9 last night.
Firefighters found smoke and flames spilling out of the roof when they arrived. They had to cut into the ceiling to douse a fire in the attic.
A homeowner was treated for smoke inhalation.
Investigators think a heater may have sparked the fire, but they're taking a closer look to determine an exact cause.