By CBS3 Staff

LEVITTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — A space heater caused a fire that left a home in Levittown, Bristol Township completely destroyed early Tuesday morning, according to fire officials. Crews were dispatched to the scene just after 5:15 a.m. at Ailanthus Lane.

The fire was placed under control about an hour after crews arrived at the scene.

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Residents of the house were woken up by smoke alarms and were able to escape. There were no injuries to the residents of  the home or firefighters during the blaze.

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Residents of the home are currently staying with family.

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According to officials, the was house insured.