Crews are working to contain a fire that broke out at a multi-story Lemon Grove apartment complex Friday night.
The fire was reported at approximately 5:45 p.m., off the 7700 block of North Avenue near Lemon Grove Avenue, according to the Heartland Fire Department.
Firefighters arrived at the scene just after 6 p.m. to find smoke coming out of one of the complex’s units.
It is not immediately known what sparked the blaze, but sprinkler systems inside the units helped keep the fire in check, HFD said.
The fire started at a second floor unit in the complex, but damaged a total of four units, according to a report from the San Diego Sheriff's Department. Four residents have been displaced.
There were no reports of injuries.
The American Red Cross was called in to assist those affected by the blaze.
The apartment complex is just south of state Route 94 near the Lemon Grove Avenue exit.
The incident is under investigation. No other information was available.
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