OPA-LOCKA, FLA. (WSVN) - Crews were able to extinguish a fire that broke out inside an Opa-Locka home.

The blaze ignited near Northwest 141st Street and 24th Avenue, at around 8:45 a.m., Saturday.

7News camera showed video of smoke coming from a one-story home.

Heavy winds and no access made it difficult for crews to extinguish the fire. They were able to remove the shutters from the windows to gain access into the residence.

Firefighters worked to place the fire under control.

Residents were able to evacuate the home when the fire started. No injuries have been reported.

The American Red Cross was called to assist four people, including two pets, who live there.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

The Red Cross is providing emergency financial assistance, health and mental health services, one-on-one support to connect people to available recovery assistance and will continue to provide additional support to the individual to meet their disaster-caused needs.

To learn more about the American Red Cross or to make a donation, click here.

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