A family of 12 was displaced after a fire damaged their midtown home Sunday morning.
A resident of a duplex in the 3600 block of East 32nd Street called 911 shortly after 11 a.m. to report a mattress was on fire in one of the bedrooms, Capt. Barrett Baker, a Tucson fire spokesman said in a news release.
The family was advised to evacuate the home immediately.
When crews arrived they saw smoke and flames coming from a bedroom window.
It took 21 firefighters 10 minutes to control the fire.
Eleven of the residents were home at the time of the fire and were able to evacuate safely.
One of the residents was treated at the scene for minor smoke inhalation.
The fire damage was contained to the bedroom, but there was smoke damage in the rest of the house, the release said.
The building was set to be condemned due to the damage.
The other unit part of the duplex was not damaged by the fire.
The cause of the fire has not been determined.
The American Red Cross Southern Arizona Chapter is assisting the family.