COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Firefighters pulled two alarms while battling a fire at a condominium complex in northwest Columbus.
It happened around 1:15pm Tuesday at the Dublin Green Condominiums located in the 2300 block of Vicente Court.
Firefighters on scene tell NBC4 there is extensive fire damage to the building’s third floor, and water damage on the lower floors.
The roof started caving in while firefighters were battling the blaze. In all, 12 units were damaged as a result of the fire.
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The Red Cross is on scene to assist those impacted by the fire. Residents that are displaced will be allowed to stay at the club house site for now.
There were no injuries. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Columbus, Worthington and Washington Township firefighters all responded to the scene.
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