SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Crews battled a fire at a two-story residence in south Sacramento early Tuesday afternoon.
Shortly after 1 p.m., the Sacramento Fire Department said firefighters fully extinguished the blaze, which happened at a single-family home in the area of Lemon Hill Avenue and Emerald Creek Court.READ MORE: California Gov. Newsom Criticizes GOP After Texas School Shooting: 'Who The Hell Are We If We Cannot Keep Our Kids Safe'
Video released by the department shows firefighters attacking the flames from the ground level and the roof of the building.
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Incident info: Lemon Hill Ave/ Emerald Creek Ct. Structure fire, single family residence. No injuries. Fire appeared to have originated on the exterior and extended into the first floor and the attic. Cause is under investigation. pic.twitter.com/RslOzaXbHA
— Sacramento Fire Department (@SacFirePIO) April 5, 2022
The fire reportedly originated outside the home and made its way to the first floor and attic of the home. However, the cause remains under investigation.MORE NEWS: President Biden Delivers Remarks On Texas School Shooting
No injuries were reported.