CHICAGO (CBS) — A west suburban town home caught fire early Thursday while it was undergoing renovations.

Crews responded to the fire at 5:25 a.m. at the home in the 2S700 block of Avenue LaTours W in unincorporated Oak Brook, according to the DuPage County sheriff’s office.

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The home was “fully engulfed,” though no one was inside or currently living in the home while it was being renovated, the sheriff’s office said. There were no injuries.

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Avenue LaTours W was the only road that hadn’t reopened Thursday morning.

The DuPage County Fire Investigation Task Force was investigating the cause of the fire.

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