A RIVERINA home has been reduced rubble after a fire ripped through it earlier today.
Emergency services flooded to the blaze on Nicholas Street in The Rock around 11am, where firefighters found the house engulfed in flames.
A spokesperson for the NSW RFS said the house was "fully involved in fire", but no one was injured.
"Initial reports stated people were inside the home," the spokesperson said, however it was soon confirmed that all occupants of the premises were out safely.
NSW Rural Fire Service crews were joined by Fire and Rescue NSW teams from Henty and Wagga as they tackled the fire over several hours, completing operations at about 12.50pm.
FRNSW's Southern NSW zone commander Stewart Alexander, said the structure was "well alight" when firefighters arrived, with parts of the building collapsing soon after.
Police and paramedics were also at the scene. A NSW Ambulance spokesperson confirmed that crews were on standby and no one required treatment.