RIVA, Md. (WJZ) — Lightning struck a home in Anne Arundel County earlier this afternoon, causing a house fire, officials said.

When firefighters arrived at 3026 Pike Drive they found smoke coming from the roof.

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They had the fire under control in about 20 minutes.

Three adults and two children have been displaced and are being assisted by the Red Cross, officials said.

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They confirmed the fire started as a result of a lightning strike.

Another lightning strike in northeast Baltimore caused a fire at around 1:30 p.m., Baltimore City Fire officials said.

The person who lives in the home on Juneau Place said that lightning struck his house and caught on fire.

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When they arrived, they found very little smoke showing from the back of the house. There were no injuries.