PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- Police are investigating after a man was found dead in a house fire in Phoenix Tuesday morning.

A ladder was used to help multiple people get down to safety. Phoenix fire officials say a woman was found dead after an apartment fire Friday morning in Phoenix that also sent two children and another adult to the hospital. Officials are now investigating to determine how the fire started.

"Hope everyone is safe," she added alongside the picture. The Phoenix Fire Department's internet posting does not provide a complete listing of all Fire/EMS incidents.

“We’re anticipating a lot of wind and that could drive the fire quite a bit,” said Paul Schickel, a spokesman for the Daisy Mountain Fire Department. The fire also destroyed the apartment next door, displacing Jaquil Durr, Genae Pugh, and their 4-year-old son.

President Barack Obama is ‘the closer’ who can make the best case for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to win the 2020 presidential election and White House, former Obama Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett says. Police reported gunfire during the inferno and at least one person has been arrested. “Phoenix police reported shots fired during the fire and other bystanders were reported jumping a fence into the fire area while crews were working,” the Phoenix Fire Department said. The Phoenix Fire Department has been contacted for additional comment. Crews were called to the building near 19th and Dunlap avenues around 9 a.m. for a second alarm fire after people in the area noticed flames above the roof-line of the three-story building. A Phoenix mother died while saving her children from an apartment fire. Almost an entire city block was consumed by flames as dozens of fire crews responded to a blaze at a four-story apartment complex in Phoenix. The fire, which is under investigation and believed to be human-caused, started Sunday. All rights reserved. The fire came into their apartment, forcing the parents to throw their four-year-old son and small dog over the three-story balcony to safety. Doug Ducey issued a declaration of emergency and imposed a statewide curfew from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. on May 31 in a bid to quell any unrest amid nationwide protests against police brutality sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25. Eyewitness footage from the scene shows the extent of the inferno, which could be seen for miles across the city as thick black smoke billowed into the night sky. There are currently no reports of injuries or fatalities as a result of the fire. All rights reserved. 24/7 coverage of breaking news and live events.

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Updated 11:59 AM ET, Thu September 10, 2020 (CNN) Swaths of the small southern Oregon cities of Phoenix and Talent now lie in ash, satellite images show, as …