A house in south Little Rock is believed to be a loss after a fire midday Tuesday.
Little Rock Fire Department crews were called to 3011 Marshall St. about 11:45 a.m.
By noon, a thick plume of gray smoke was visible coming from a large hole in the roof of the single-story wood-paneled home. Flames were visible along the roof and rear of the structure.
No injuries were reported, and the cause wasn't immediately known. A spokesman for the agency said a fire marshal would investigate.
The home was occupied, but it wasn't clear whether anyone was there when the blaze started.