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Five people displaced after Saturday morning fire

Five people are displaced after an early Saturday morning house fire.

It happened on Sun man Road just after 6 a.m.

Charlotte Fire says it took 23 firefighters, 18 minutes to extinguish the blaze

Everyone was able to get out okay.

This fire is under investigation.

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