Investigators are working to find out what caused a fire late Friday night at a home in the 3400 block of 5th Avenue.

Firefighters were called at 11:44 p.m. Friday to the home for a report of a fire. When crews arrived, they discovered fire and smoke in the living room of the home and quickly extinguished the flames, according to a press release from RFD Lt. Michael Moss.

Investigators say the fire started in the living room and caused around $5,000 damage to the first floor of the house. Firefighters rescued the family pet, and residents were not home at the time.

There were no reported injuries. The incident remains under investigation.

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