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DINWIDDIE COUNTY, Va. -- For the second time this week, firefighters were called to the 4200 block of Chesdin Boulevard in Dinwiddie to fight a fire.

Neighbors called 911 after they saw flames shooting through the roof of the home early Wednesday morning.

The Dinwiddie Fire Chief said no one was inside the home when fire crews arrived to fight the fire.

The woman who lives in the house was found wandering the streets outside the house.

Firefighters were called to the same home on Monday when the homeowner started a fire in shed behind the house, the chief added.

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