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Flames rip through Kaneohe home

A fire ripped through a two story home on Apapane St. in Kaneohe early Thursday morning, displacing two women and causing nearly $200,000 in damage.

The flames, which were first reported at just after 2:00 a.m., was extinguished around 50 minutes later with the help of about 30 firefighters.

According to sources at the scene, there were no injuries to report. Most of the damage was done to the second floor of the structure.

Fire investigators have not yet released what they believe caused the fire.

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