HOLLYWOOD, FLA. (WSVN) - A home that caught on fire in Hollywood was extinguished by rescue crews.

Hollywood Fire Rescue arrived at the home in the area of Raleigh Street, Tuesday morning.

7Skyforce hovered over the scene, where smoke billowed from the home.

Crews made entry into the home as they searched for any people inside.

Neighbors said two people were inside the home when it caught fire. Both of them were able to safely get out.

Officials confirmed that there were no injuries as a result of the fire.

A water source was established and the fire was knocked down.

7News cameras captured several firefighters as they assesses they situation.

Right next door to the home that went up in flames, 13-year-old Joshua De-Jesus is confined to his bed.

“He’s quadriplegic. He has cerebral palsy and he has seizures,” said Lissette Reeve, Joshua’s mother.

Reeve said her son requires 24-hour care so moving him from the home would’ve been tricky.

“That’s the first thing I thought about was my son and how to get him out of here,” said Reeve.

Reeve said firefighters quickly evaluated the situation and determined it was safe for him to stay.

“They wanted to make sure that he was going to be OK and that we didn’t have to move him,” said Reeves. “The smoke was high and I was afraid that perhaps it was going to go it might go to this house because we are very close..

She is thankful that the firefighters extinguished the fire before it spread to her home.

“The firefighters were excellent, really grateful to the City of Hollywood,” said Reeves.

The home is expected to be to a total loss

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

The Disaster Action Team from the local American Red Cross responded to the home fire on Tuesday afternoon. They said they helped coordinate emergency aid to an adult that was affected by the fire.

For now, the two residents of the burned home will have to find a new place to live.

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