LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A house fire fueled by a broken gas line lit up the night sky in East LA early Wednesday.

The fire was reported at about 1 a.m. in the 1200 block of North Dodds Circle in East Los Angeles. Firefighters arrived to find the hilltop home fully engulfed in flames.

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It’s not clear how the fire started, but it was partly fueled by a broken gas line. Firefighters were unable to find the shutoff valve and had to wait for a gas company crew to shut off the line so they could get a handle on the flames.

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The fire did not spread to any other homes, but did cause a partial roof collapse. No injuries were reported.

“I think that house has been vacant for a while, but people go in there, maybe just to party,” neighbor Jaymie Mazzochi said.

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Firefighters say they have control of the fire, but is working with the gas company to make sure the gas is completely shut down and flames do not respark.