One Atlanta community is fuming after firefighters responding to a house in flames went to the wrong address, MyFOXAtlanta.com reported.

Officials said the first vehicle on scene in the Grant Park suburb of Atlanta was there within six minutes of receiving the call Saturday night.

The problem?

It was the chief's car and had no equipment to fight a fire, MyFOXAtlanta.com reported. Five minutes later, fire trucks arrived after having first gone to the wrong address.

Neighbors said when they called 911 to report the blaze, they were put on hold.

Atlanta Fire Department Capt. Bill May told MyFOXAtlanta.com he believes an unspecified computer glitch may be to blame.

No one was injured in the blaze.

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