Emergency services have responded to a house fire in North Albury.
Firefighters were called to a brick home on Mate Street about 4.05pm on Thursday.
Damage could be seen at the front of the home.
Fire and Rescue NSW Superintendent Stewart Alexander said the incident occurred a short distance from the fire station and crews quickly arrived.
"They confirmed there was nobody inside the property and knocked the fire down quite rapidly," he said.
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"The cause is yet to be determined.
"Fire and Rescue NSW are working with NSW Police to try to determine that."
He said multiple calls to triple zero were made.
"It's important to call triple zero immediately," Superintendent Alexander said.
"It doesn't matter how many calls we get, if you don't think someone's rung just call."
He said there was smoke and water damage at the home.
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