DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A family is searching for a place to stay after their apartment catches fire.
Firefighters were called to a Dayton apartment complex after heavy black smoke billowed from the building Sunday afternoon.
It happened in the 900 block of North Main Street after 1:00 p.m.
The Dayton Fire Department said the fire was contained to one of the upstairs bedrooms.
Firefighters were able to get everyone outside of the apartment and quickly douse the flames.
No injuries were reported.
The Red Cross has been called in to help the six people who were living in the unit.
"This is their Hurricane Sandy," said Patty Hiatt with the American Red Cross. "They have lost everything and they don't know where to go. The Red Cross is there providing them with that hope and support."
The owners of the building told 2 News that the building was currently undergoing renovations.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
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