A fire Friday morning displaced six York City residents, said acting Chief David Michaels.
York City firefighters were dispatched to 934 Madison Ave. at 3:59 a.m. to a reported fire with entrapment, he said.
"Everybody was able to get out safely, and there were no injuries," Michaels said.
The blaze was contained to the second floor of a row home and took five minutes to extinguish, he said.
A cause of the fire has not yet been determined, Michaels said.
"We would still like to talk to one of the occupants," he said.
The American Red Cross was on scene to help the displaced residents, and West York Fire Department and York Area United Fire Rescue helped get the blaze under control.
Damage is estimated at $11,000, Michaels said.