NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) - Norfolk fire crews were called to battle a fire in the Berkley section of the city Wednesday morning.
When firefighters arrived on scene in the 900 block of Louisa Street around 10 a.m., heavy smoke was showing from the single-story home, according to Captain Michael Hicks.
Units entered the structure to search for any possible victims, based on reports from neighbors that there were people inside. According to Captain Hicks, fire and rescue crews searched the home and did not locate anyone.
The Fire Marshal's team is on scene conducting the investigation into a cause. Captain Hicks says there is substantial damage to the home, but there are no reported injuries.
The American Red Cross is assisting three adults and three children displaced by the fire.
Crews were going to close the 900 block of Louisa Street until around noon.
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