TROY, Ohio (WDTN) - Red Cross Assistance has run out for families left homeless from a fire last week in Troy.
As of Tuesday afternoon, three residents were still hospitalized after jumping from the second story windows of their Foss Way apartment building. Jordan Oldham and Hope McGlaughlin were listed in serious condition. Brandy Tubbs was listed in fair.
In all, fifteen people lived in the building and for those who don't have family or friends in the area, it's a struggle to find a place to stay.
"We're all just living day by day," said Jeff Tubbs, Brandy's father. "You know we've had people donate clothes and stuff, but really what we need is a place to live".
The Red Cross had been paying the motel bill for three families, including the Tubbs, but that assistance stopped on Monday. A local church came to the fire victims' aid and paid for one more night.
Tubbs told 2 NEWS he appreciates the help, but needs a more permanent solution.
A fund has been set up for the victims. You can make a donation at any Fifth Third bank branch under the "Foss Way Apartment Complex Fund".
The fire, has been declared arson. Investigators told 2 NEWS any one with information should call authorities immediately.
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