No injuries were reported at an early morning apartment fire on the city's northwest side Friday.
Pike Township fire crews were called to the building in the 5900 block of Guion Road after a passerby noticed a fire and called 911.
A family of four lives in the apartment; the two children weren't home at the time of the fire, and the two adults were able to get out safely.
Investigators said the ashes in an outside grill might have sparked the fire, but that has not been officially determined.
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