PHOENIX - A Christmas tree went up in flames on Dec. 25 in Phoenix and several people are without a home now, the fire department said.
"All occupants of the home were able to exit prior to firefighters' arrival. One adult male was evaluated for smoke inhalation, but refused transportation to the hospital," Gammage said.
No injuries were reported and because of the fire and smoke damage, five people will be without a home.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Phoenix firefighters on scene on a Christmas tree fire on Dec. 25 near 24th Street and Osborn Road.
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