***UPDATE 12:55 P.M.***Jefferson City Fire Department spokesman Jason Turner estimates damages to be around $90,000. The cause of the fire is believed to be accidental, but investigators are not ruling out a faulty furnace.***UPDATE 6:06 A.M.***Firefighters have clarified that an elderly couple in the home got out after the fire started. Neither person was hurt, and the Red Cross is on scene to assist them. Firefighters say the home, located in the 2200 block of Cedarbrooke Drive, has suffered heavy damage.***ORIGINAL STORY***Firefighters in Jefferson City were called to a house fire on Cedarbrooke Drive early Wednesday. Jason Turner, public information officer for the Jefferson City fire department, tells ABC 17 News the call went out around 4:45 a.m. When they arrived, crews rescued a woman from the house; her condition is unknown.Watch ABC 17 News and stay with abc17news.com for the latest on this breaking story.
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