CLEVELAND — Cleveland firefighters are working to secure the scene where a home went up in flames on the city's east side early Tuesday morning. We're told eight people were able to get out of the house safely -- including four children. The Red Cross is assisting those who have been displaced.
The fire started hours before sunrise at a residence on Saywell Avenue near E. 125th Street in Cleveland, but the cause is currently unknown. Officials tell 3News the fire was under control before 6 a.m., but crews remained on the scene.
No additional details were immediately available. Stay tuned with 3News and wkyc.com as we will update this story once additional details are released.
We streamed live video from the scene Tuesday morning. You can watch the full video in the player below:
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Editor's note: Video in the player above was originally published on April 11, 2021.