House fire in northeast Mesa displaces family
A two-story house near McKellips and Lindsay roads in Mesa was extensively damaged early Wednesday, according to Mesa Fire and Medical.
Several family members were able to evacuate safely, with no injuries reported, said Larissa Dvorak, department spokeswoman.
Smoke and flames were visible from all levels and the back of the house, in the 2500 block of East Inglewood Street, Dvorak said.
The cause of the fire had not yet been determined. Fire investigators remained on the scene.
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