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    San Jose firefighters on scene of a house fire (August 14, 2016).

    A two-alarm house fire that ignited in the South Bay early Sunday has displaced four residents, according to the San Jose Fire Department.

    Flames were first reported at 355 Otono Court around 6:45 a.m. and fire crews were able to contain the blaze to just one room, Captain Mitchell Matlow said.

    The rest of the house was saved, but the four residents, along with one dog and three cats will be displaced for an unknown amount of time because of water damage, Matlow said.

    Initial reports indicated that someone was trapped upstairs, but fire personnel later determined that the resident was out for a walk, Matlow said.

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