CHICAGO (CBS) — Four homes were damaged and 29 people were temporarily left without a place to live, after an extra-alarm fire in the Back of the Yards neighborhood early Friday.

The fire started around 1:30 a.m. at a home in the 4600 block of South Honore Street, and quickly spread to three other homes.

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Firefighters said three homes were badly damaged, and one other sustained minor damage.

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No one was injured, but officials said 29 people were displaced as a result of the fire. The American Red Cross was providing assistance.

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The cause of the fire was under investigation.