SANTA MONICA—A Santa Monica home was left uninhabitable after a fire erupted within the structure the Santa Monica Fire Department announced on Friday, January 3.

Reports were made of a house fire located on 2634 Sixth Street at 2:09 p.m. Thursday, January 2.

According to SMFD Captain Patrick Nulty, 31 firefighters were sent to the location and they put out the flames in 17 minutes. Firefighters mounted an aggressive attack on the blaze while quickly searching the entire structure to ensure no occupants were trapped inside.

No injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is under investigation. There was significant damage throughout the home which was deemed uninhabitable. The SMFD was assisted by the Santa Monica Police Department and McCormick Ambulance service. Fire investigators are still investigating the cause of the fire.

Canyon News reached out the Captain Patrick Nulty for more information, but did not hear back before print.