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Fire in Cleveland's Euclid-Green neighborhood.

Fire destroys a home Thursday in the Euclid-Green neighborhood in Cleveland. (Cleveland Division of Fire)

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A wind-driven fire tore through a neighborhood Thursday evening on the East Side, destroying or damaging five homes and multiple vehicles.

Seventeen fire companies and 80 firefighters battled the four-alarm blaze on Mannering Road, just south of Euclid Avenue in the Euclid-Green neighborhood, according to a news release from the Cleveland Division of Fire. The fire first was reported at about 5 p.m. in a home on the road but it quickly spread to nearby homes because of strong winds.

Fire in Euclid-Green neighborhood in Cleveland.

One of two dogs rescued in Thursday’s fire in the Euclid-Green neighborhood in Cleveland. (Cleveland Division of Fire)

Along with five houses, two garages and 12 vehicles were damaged or destroyed in the fire, officials say. No cause of the fire has been reported.

There were no injuries reported, but 14 adults and two children were displaced by the fire. Firefighters were able to save two dogs and a cat.

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