Fire Chief Tom Jenkins says some early indications made them suspicious of the origin of the fire.
ROGERS, Arkansas — The Rogers Fire Department and Rogers Police Department are investigating a suspicious house fire.
“I immediately put my car in park in the middle of the road, got out, and started running to the neighbor’s house banging on the doors,” Tiffany Joliff said.
Tiffany Jolliff was on her way home from a soccer game and noticed what she first thought was fog as she was driving into her neighborhood. But once she rolled down her window, that’s when she knew there was a fire.
“I noticed the garage door. It was a creamy color. There was smoke coming out of it,” she said.
It was around 8:40 Monday (May 10) night when the fire department got the call and responded to the house on Lexington Drive within minutes.
“I was fortunate that my instincts told me to actually call, and luckily no one was in there, and everyone was safe,” she said.
Once firefighters got on the scene, they say there was a lot of smoke…