Early morning fire destroys multi-million dollar mansion in Fort Worth Suburb
ByFunAsia 30 Jul 2021 11:24 AM 156

According to the latest reports from the Firefighters, a fire broke out at a mansion in the Fort Worth suburb of Southlake Friday morning.

Essentially some portion of the seven-room home on White Chapel Boulevard imploded before 6:30 a.m.

Firefighters from Keller, Grapevine, and Colleyville assisted with extinguishing the flares.

Further reports from the sources state that the manor recently had a place with Hall of Fame NFL telecaster Pat Summerall, who died in 2013.

The 10,349-square-foot home was most, as of late, sold for $4.72 million two months prior.

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The new proprietor revealed to media that he was currently moving in and making them paint, clean, and arrange work done on the house.

There were no reports of any wounds in the fire.

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