More details have been released following Friday evening's house fire in Kleefeld.
The Hanover Fire Department was initially called to a car fire inside an attached garage on Bramblewood Street. This quickly spread through the garage and to the house.
According to Hanover Fire Chief Paul Wiebe, the house sustained extensive damage.
He notes the owners were home when the fire broke out but there were no injuries.
The Office of the Fire Commissioner was called in to investigate. On Monday, a provincial spokesperson confirmed that the fire has been ruled accidental. 
On Tuesday morning, Hanover Fire Chief Paul Wiebe provided a preliminary damage estimate of $250,000.


With files from Judy Peters and Carly Koop.


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