Firefighters are cleaning up after a fire at Shriners Hospital in Sacramento.

Officials say the fire started around 5 a.m. Monday in a pantry on the third floor.

The fire set off the hospital's sprinkler system, which quickly snuffed the flames, but caused some flooding.

Capt. Jim Doucette with the Sacramento Fire Department said there were no injuries and no patients were evacuated.

The extent of damage is still unknown.