SURPRISE, AZ - Firefighters had their hands full Wednesday when a house packed from floor to ceiling with "stuff" caught fire in the West Valley.
Rural Metro Fire spokesman Collin Williams said the fire started around 4:20 p.m. near 163rd Avenue and Dove Valley Road.
Fire officials said the fire started near a tree in the yard and was very difficult to fight because there was so much "stuff" inside and outside the house.
Williams said the yard, house and garage were packed from floor to ceiling with personal items.
There were no reported injuries. Firefighters are still investigating what caused the fire.
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