CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) – Firefighters are trying to determine the cause of a stubborn fire at a Centennial home that has displaced the family who lives there.

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The fire started in the kitchen early Monday evening on the 5111 block of South Olathe Circle. Crews put it out, but then several hours later — at approximately 9 p.m. — it flared up again spreading to the attic and through the roof.

Early Tuesday morning trucks were called back to the home after more smoke started pouring out.

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Cunningham Fire Chief Jerry Rhodes told CBS4 a crew from Arapahoe Rescue Patrol kept an eye on the house overnight because with the frigid temperatures it was a bad idea to leave a fire engine there.

“With the freezing conditions it doesn’t do a lot of good to leave a fire truck sitting here only to turn into a popsicle and be unusable, to be an ice monument for the other fire trucks to have to work around,” Rhodes said.

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There are no reports of any injuries.