PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Firefighters were called out to battle a four-alarm apartment building fire in the Garfield area of Pittsburgh.

The blaze broke out at 5402 Broad Street just before 9 a.m. Wednesday.

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Eight of the 12-apartments were occupied, but no one was injured.

It was first reported as a fire through the roof of the structure, although most of the damage is in the back of the building.

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Firefighters say the blaze went four-alarms dues to the heat and humidity. They called in additional resources to help relieve crews.

No word on how it started, the cause is under investigation.

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