"It holds the heat and there's less chance of anyone else seeing it. So like a wood structure, it would come through that a little quicker where the tin, it has to burn through some tin or come out of the window before anyone else can notice it," Crane said.
Roberts believes this fire was a result of a wiring problem, but there's been no official word. Investigators will take a closer look at the scene first thing Thursday.
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