A fire destroyed an apartment on Tucson’s northwest side at Enclave at the Foothills. Firefighters kept the fire from spreading to other apartments.

Northwest Fire District

A fire destroyed an apartment on Tucson’s northwest side Monday.

No one was injured in the blaze, said Capt. Brian Keeley of Northwest Fire District.

Shortly before 2:30 p.m., a 911 caller reported the fire in an apartment at Enclave at the Foothills at 7300 N. Mona Lisa Road, Keeley said. The neighborhood is north of West Ina Road .

Two residents at the apartment left after reporting the fire, and there were no injuries reported.

Firefighters put out the fire and prevented it from spreading to other apartments. The apartment above the burning apartment suffered minor smoke damage, Keeley said.

Fire investigators are trying to determine the cause of the fire. A damage estimate is unknown at this time, Keeley said.

The Northwest Fire Community Assistance team is working with the Southern Arizona Chapter of the American Red Cross to aid any residents who are displaced, said Keeley.