Indianapolis Church Destroyed by Fire

An Indianapolis arson investigator inspects the Friendly Church of the Nazarene after a fire early Thursday. (Photo: Kelly Willkinson / The Star)
An Indianapolis arson investigator inspects the Friendly Church of the Nazarene after a fire early Thursday.
(Photo: Kelly Willkinson / The Star)

An Indianapolis church built in the 1940s was destroyed by fire early overnight.

Firefighters battled the two-alarm fire at Friendly Church of the Nazarene on West Ray Street and South Holmes Avenue for nearly an hour Thursday morning.

The call came in at 12:02 a.m. and the Indianapolis Fire Department arrived within four minutes to find heavy flames and smoke coming through the roof.

Thirteen Indianapolis Fire Department crews and two units from Wayne Township had the fire under control by 12:56 a.m.

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Source: Indianapolis Star

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