PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Fire crews responded to a two-alarm fire in Oakland around 4:00 a.m. Sunday.

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The fire started when a high voltage line came down and hit the building at the corner of Robinson and Terrace Streets. Firefighters responded to the residence fire on 200 block of Robinson Street.

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The roof was on fire, and there were downed powerlines on the roof.

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Duquesne Light had to shut off the power before firefighters could put out the flames.

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No one was inside the building. There were no injuries. Police detectives and fire investigators, part of the Fire Investigation Unit, will investigate the cause of the fire.