ROCKLIN (CBS13) — A two-alarm duplex fire in Rocklin on Friday morning has displaced six people.

The scene is along the 2500 block of South Whitney Boulevard.

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A witness who was driving by the area told CBS13 that he saw smoke come from the garage and rushed to help. He said several people were helped out of the home, including children and a dog.

Firefighters got to the scene soon after and called for a second alarm. Flames were seen shooting through the roof of the home.

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A total of two adults, four children and a dog have been displaced.

Crews have put out the main part of the fire, but they’re still dealing with some hot spots. Firefighters believe both structures are a total loss.

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Exactly what started the fire is unclear.