Fireworks were determined to be the cause of a fire on the front porch of a residence on 17th Streeet.
The Racine Fire Department was called by neighbors who saw a fire on the front porch just after midnight Friday.
The occupant woke and used a mop to push the fire off of the porch and onto the sidewalk, extinguishing the blaze before fire crews arrived on scene, according to a Racine Fire Department news release.
While there was $100 worth of estimated damage, no one was injured or displaced, according to the news release.
Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 888-636-9330.
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