PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) — Crews responded to a three-alarm house fire Tuesday afternoon in Treasure Island.

The fire happened at about 3:30 p.m. in the 100 block of 95th Avenue, according to officials.

Multiple agencies assisted with the fire, and no injuries have been reported at this time, officials said.

“First I saw the smoke coming over the beach and I thought it was Pasadena, but then somebody called me and said that’s actually next to your place, so I immediately drove over here,” said Dean, a property owner next door who declined to provide his last name.

“I still have tenants down there with no electricity, so that’s what I’m worried about,” Dean said. “Just taking care of my tenants.”

The fire melted plastic on a house across the street and started a fire at the house next door, officials said.

“It’s horrible,” said Cory Vengren, a neighbor. “The houses are so close together. I’m surprised nothing else went up. At least no one was hurt.”

Shortly after 5 p.m., the fire was mostly out, but crews were monitoring for hot spots.

“Given the close quarters, narrow street, and radiant heat from the fire, we did not have the ability to put the fire truck in front of the structure,” Treasure Island Fire Rescue Chief Trip Barrs said in a statement. “Live power lines on two sides of the structure hampered our ability to access fire hydrants for water supply. We used our 500 gallons of tank water on the fire engine to initially knock the fire back and then worked on our water supply so we could get in and finish the job.”

Video from Eagle 8 HD showed a large plume of smoke that was visible for miles.

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