FAIRFIELD (CBS13) – The Fairfield Fire Department responded to a fire that broke out inside of a home on Second Street this morning just after 1 a.m., according to officials.

Initial reports were of a fence on fire that threatened a nearby structure. Upon arrival, crews found smoke coming from an attic.

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Due to difficulty reaching the attic, the fire transitioned to a defensive operation and all crews were pulled outside of the structure.

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Multiple crews were on the scene and provided assistance, including the Fairfield Police Department, Vacaville Fire Department, Dixon Fire Department, Vallejo Fire Department, Medic Ambulance, PG&E and Red Cross.

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No civilians or fire personnel were injured.