A fire that started in a garage then raced through a Turlock duplex left three adults and two children displaced, according to the Turlock Fire Department.
The fire was reported at 10:06 p.m. Tuesday in the 3300 block of Radcliffe Way.
The first firefighters to arrive at the scene found heavy smoke and flames coming from the garage of a residential duplex. The fire extended from the garage into the attic space above the residence, said Turlock Fire Capt. Jason Bernard.
The firefighters confirmed that all the residents had made it out of the duplex and then began an aggressive attack on the blaze.
Turlock Fire responded to the incident with three engines, Squad 32 and a battalion chief. Through mutual aid, an additional engine, quint and battalion chief responded to the fire scene. In total, 21 firefighters were on scene as well as crews from AMR and units from the Turlock Police Department. One engine from another agency and Turlock Rural Fire Department provided city coverage during the incident.
There were no injuries reported from the fire.
The Stanislaus County Fire Investigations Unit was dispatched and the cause of the fire remains under investigation.