Residents displaced after early morning New Haven fire

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NEW HAVEN — New Haven Fire Department battled a two alarm blaze early Sunday morning.

Residents were displaced after the fire tore through the home on Elm Street around 3:28 a.m.. No injuries were reported.

The fire originated in the first floor area, and moved up the second and third floors into the attic. It escalated to a two alarm fire, but no mutual aid was called.

The Fire Marshal is still on scene investigating the cause.