Update 4:55 a.m. -
We now know what caused this house fire in Roanoke.
Someone left something cooking on the stove.
The home was badly damaged.
Roanoke City firefighters remain on scene of a house fire on Hanover Avenue NW.
The City says crews were called to the home at about 6:20pm Wednesday.
The home sustained extensive damage, but crews are still on scene putting out hot spots.
A Roanoke City Fire Department spokesperson tells us the home was occupied at the time the fire started. One person suffered a minor burn.
Investigators haven't determined what caused the fire just yet.
The fire department wants to remind folks, as a rule of thumb, it's a good time of the year to check to make sure your smoke detector is working properly.
Firefighters are on scene of a house fire in Roanoke right now.
Crews are working the fire on Hanover Avenue. Details are unclear right now, but our crew on scene says it appears the house has suffered major fire damage.
We'll keep you posted on any developments right here on WDBJ7.com.