DENVER (CBS4) – Denver firefighters rescued three people from a fire that blazed through a row of houses near Bruce Randolph Avenue and Clayton Street.

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The fire started at around 10 p.m in the front of the buildings. Seven of the 10 homes were affected.

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The whole building had to be evacuated.

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The Red Cross was called in to help displaced residents. RTD also provides buses to hold those residents until the Red Cross could make hotel arrangements.

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In all, eight adults, one child and a family pet were helped.

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Fire investigators are determining the cause.