NEW BERN - A historic home that General Ambrose Burnside used as a headquarters during the Civil War caught fire, as a result of renovation, investigators said.
The home , on East Front Street and Johnson Street in New Bern, was getting its paint stripped. But at around 12:45 p.m., flames erupted as a result of workers warming up the paint prior to removing it, fire officials said.
No one was injured. But the fire left a hole in the home's ceiling. A family had just bought the house to restore it.
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