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No injuries reported in North Side apartment fire

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The Red Cross has been asked to help about a dozen people affected by a North Side apartment fire on Tuesday.

All occupants the apartment building were safely removed from the building. There were no injuries.

"The Southern Arizona Chapter of the American Red Cross has been asked to assist at an apartment fire that has affected residents in 10 – 15 apartments near E. River Road and N. Craycroft," according to a release from the Red Cross. 

Rural Metro firefighting units got a call about the blaze at 5755 E. River Road about 6:15 a.m.

A first-floor apartment was burning and the fire extended to the second floor, firefighters said.

The fire was brought under control within 20 minutes.

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