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Robeline man injured in fire that destroyed home

(Source: Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office/Facebook) (Source: Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office/Facebook)
(Source: Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office/Facebook) (Source: Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office/Facebook)
(Source: Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office/Facebook) (Source: Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office/Facebook)
NATCHITOCHES PARISH, LA (KSLA) -

A man is recovering after a fire completely destroyed his home on Friday morning.

Crews first got the call at 5:43 a.m. and Natchitoches Parish sheriff's deputies and Natchitoches Fire District 7 responded to the call in the 200 block of Ellis Green Road near Robeline, according to a Facebook post. 

The resident of the home was 53-year-old Lester Green, Jr. The fire originated in the kitchen area.

The home was a total loss. 

Green attempted to reach medical care by private vehicle. He was picked up by emergency services and sent to Natchitoches Regional Medical Center for non-life-threatening injuries he received in the fire.

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