Family escapes early morning apartment fire

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Investigators are trying to determine what sparked an early morning apartment fire in Phoenix. By Catherine Holland Investigators are trying to determine what sparked an early morning apartment fire in Phoenix. By Catherine Holland
Investigators are trying to determine what sparked an early morning apartment fire in Phoenix. By Catherine Holland Investigators are trying to determine what sparked an early morning apartment fire in Phoenix. By Catherine Holland
Investigators are trying to determine what sparked an early morning apartment fire in Phoenix. By Catherine Holland Investigators are trying to determine what sparked an early morning apartment fire in Phoenix. By Catherine Holland
Investigators are trying to determine what sparked an early morning apartment fire in Phoenix. By Catherine Holland Investigators are trying to determine what sparked an early morning apartment fire in Phoenix. By Catherine Holland
Investigators are trying to determine what sparked an early morning apartment fire in Phoenix. By Catherine Holland Investigators are trying to determine what sparked an early morning apartment fire in Phoenix. By Catherine Holland

PHOENIX -- Investigators are trying to determine what sparked an early morning apartment fire in Phoenix.

Crews were called out to the two-story complex at 29th Street and Osborn Road at about 4:30 Monday morning.

When firefighters arrived on the scene, they found a a fully involved unit on the second floor.

"It was a fast-moving fire," said Capt. Dorian Jackson of the Phoenix Fire Department. "They were able to contain it to that apartment, with a little damage to the apartment [next door]."

Residents said they saw flames shooting from the back of the apartment.

Jackson said five people, including a 2-year-old, were staying in the apartment. All of them got out safely.

No injuries were reported.