By CBS13 Staff

ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – Crews knocked down a fire that damaged two homes in Roseville on Sunday.

According to the Roseville Fire Department, reports of a garage fire in the Fiddyment Farms neighborhood came in just after 9 a.m. Upon arrival just four minutes later, crews discovered the flames were spreading to a neighboring home.

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Additional aid was called to the scene and crews immediately began search and rescue efforts during an aggressive fire attack in the home where the garage caught fire, the department said. At around 9:19 p.m., additional units arrived and assisted with the firefight and search and rescue efforts for both homes impacted by the fire.

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The Roseville Fire Department said the electrical panel for the second home had burned through and the fire was mostly contained to the outside of the home. Utilities were called to the scene to secure the panel, and firefighters were able to knock down the flames by 10:04 a.m.

An extensive mop-up and overhaul were performed at the first home.

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There were no injuries reported in the fire. The cause also remains under investigation.