A Tatton home was ravaged by fire, sustaining "extensive damage" on Saturday evening about 10pm.
Fire and Rescue NSW Riverina Zone Commander superintendent Stewart Alexander said fire crews received the call to attend a blaze at Lachlan Place just after 10.10pm.
"Turvey Park and Wagga brigades were called out, " Mr Alexander said.
"Given what I understand, the home was an average suburban brick home with a twin garage and tile roof.
"There was extensive damage from fire and also smoke and water damage.
"There's damage in and around the roof area.
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"There were no reported injuries and initial reports were that two residents were evacuated."
Mr Alexander said firefighters were on the scene until just before midnight.
He said up to 20 firefighters and four fire trucks were in attendance at one stage.
"They knocked the fire down pretty quickly, but stayed there doing salvage work and covering what they could to make sure the residents were OK and investigating a cause," Mr Alexander said.
"We can't rule anything out but it doesn't appear to be anything suspicious."
Mr Alexander stressed to the public to call 000 to report fires and asked people to ensure their smoke alarms were working properly.
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