CLEVELAND — Cleveland Firefighters worked hard to put out a three-house fire early Sunday morning.
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Crews responded to a fire at the 11300 block of Revere Avenue at 5:55 a.m.
When firefighters arrived, the fire had spread to two neighboring houses.
According to the Cleveland Firefighter's Twitter page, the crews saved all three houses involved in the fire.
At this time, no other details about the fire or a cause have been released.
It is unknown if there were any injuries from the fire.
Stay with 3News as we learn more details about this fire.
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