SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Dozens of residents of a high-rise apartment building in downtown San Jose have been displaced after a fire broke out Sunday morning, according to the San Jose Fire Department.

Around 4:20 a.m., firefighters responded to the Vintage Tower Apartments 235 E. Santa Clara St. for a report of a fire, according to fire Cap. Mitch Matlow.

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The fire was quickly contained and firefighters were able to extinguish it, Matlow said.

Although the blaze was put out fast, much of the 12-story building sustained water damage from the sprinkler system, according to Matlow.

Between 40 and 60 people were displaced, Matlow said.

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Additionally, firefighters extricated one person from the building.

Fife officials are assisting the displaced residents with gathering their belongings and helping them move to a shelter, according to Matlow.

A cause for the fire is under investigation.

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