KWTX's Rhyan Henson reported that a Waco family is back in their home, after a fire threatened their home.

The flames of the fire started around 12:30 a.m. on Tuesday by the intersection of North 29th Street and Homan Avenue in Waco. Both of the people that inhabit the home, were working at the time the fire was going.

No one was injured in the blazes, and luckily a fire station was nearby the home to extinguish the flames quickly. The flames luckily just damaged the front of the home.

After a fire marshal inspected the home to ensure its safety, the two were able go back in their home with no worries. The cause of the fire is still under investigation by fire officials.