PACIFICA -- A family of five was displaced from their Pacifica home Tuesday by a one-alarm fire that broke out in their kitchen, authorities said.

Crews responded to the two-story home in the 100 block of Edgewood Drive and found smoke and flames billowing from the kitchen, said Clyde Preston, safety inspector for the North County Fire Authority. While firefighters were able to quickly contain the fire to the room where it started, the entire home was damaged by smoke.

According to Pearson, the family dog was rescued from a back bedroom during the chaotic scene, and firefighters gave him oxygen to treat him for smoke inhalation. No one else was injured in the fire.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation by the Fire Prevention Bureau, and no estimated cost of damage was immediately available, Pearson said. The five residents who live in the home are receiving temporary housing assistance from the American Red Cross.

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