Nursing homes have become a hot topic in recent months after they became the site of a deadly blaze that killed at least 14 people in the city of Burlington, Vermont.
Firefighters from around the state responded to the blaze, which was started by a power failure and has since been deemed the largest fire in the state’s history.
The fire was reported at a home in Stonebridge, a rural town about 80 miles south of Burlington.
There were no injuries, and the cause has not been determined, but the Vermont Department of Public Safety said in a statement that investigators are still investigating the cause of the fire.
Stonebridge was home to the Vermont House of Representatives from 1994 to 2001, and it was the scene of an incident in 2016 that led to the deaths of four members of the community.