GLENDALE - Glendale Fire crews were able to contain a morning fire inside a condo in Glendale.
Mike Young of Glendale Fire said the fire was reported by someone who was leaving for work and noticed smoke coming from the single-story condo near 51st Avenue and Bethany Home.
Crews managed to contain and get the fire under control, said Young. No one was found inside the home. Officials don't know if that means everyone escaped the fire or if the condo was vacant.
As of 10:35 a.m. no further information was released.
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