TUCSON, Ariz. - Tucson Fire crews put out an eastside house fire Wednesday morning.
According to the department, 25 firefighters and 11 units responded to a call in the 3400 block of South Myrtis Place at 7:30 in the morning -- finding smoke coming out the front door -- and had the blaze under control by 7:46.
The fire started in one of the bedrooms.
The Red Cross helped the six people who lived at the home find a place to stay. No one was injured.
The cause is under investigation.