PLEASANT HILL (CBS SF) — A home in Pleasant Hill was red tagged Tuesday after Contra Costa Fire officials said the house sustained serious damage in a fire.

The Contra Costa Fire Twitter account first posted about the fire on Belmont Court in Pleasant Hill at around 1:23 p.m.

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No one was inside the home during the fire and no injuries were reported. The response to the fire was large enough to cause some delays on nearby Pleasant Hill Road.

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Contra Costa Fire posted that the fire had been contained to the residence and was extinguished by 2 p.m. The homeowner had been accounted for and fire crews had shifted to overhaul mode.

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Photos from the scene showed the house had been heavily damaged during the firefight. Officials did not have a damage estimate as of Tuesday afternoon, but house had been rendered unlivable by the fire.

Pleasant Hill house fire damage (Contra Costa Fire)