A Moneta family's home is heavily damaged after a fire.
It happened along Forest Grove Drive shortly before 8:00 a.m. Friday.
Crews arrived to fire engulfing the entire left side of the house.
A dog was rescued, but no one else was inside.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Here's more information from the Moneta Volunteer Fire Department:
On Friday morning, December 7th, the Moneta Volunteer Fire Department along with neighboring fire companies responded to a structure fire at 110 Forest Grove Drive, Moneta; in the Surfside subdivision off Isle of Pines Drive.
The fire in the single family residence owned by Bob and Melody Hirsch, who were not home at the time, was reported by a neighbor across the cove at 7:56 a.m.
The first unit arrived at 8:11 a.m. to find heavy fire showing on the entire left side of the house.
Their dog was rescued from the garage by firefighters.
The residence, valued at $320,000 suffered extensive fire damage to about two-thirds of the structure and water and smoke damage to much of the rest.
Most units cleared by about 1:30 p.m.
Five trucks and fourteen firefighters from the Moneta Fire Department along with units from the Saunders, Huddleston and Bedford fire departments and the Smith Mountain Lake Marine Fire and Rescue responded to the call and worked for about two hours to bring the fire under control.
Units from Bedford County Fire and Rescue, Moneta Rescue Squad, Bedford Life Saving Crew and Huddleston Life Saving Crew also responded.
The family is staying with friends in the area and the Red Cross is providing support.
The cause of the fire is being investigated by the Bedford County Fire Marshals.