Correction: An earlier edition of this article listed the incorrect number of people displaced. The correct number is 22.

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Over 20 people have been displaced after a fire started in an apartment building on West Norman Avenue Tuesday morning.

According to Dayton Fire Department, the fire began around 2 am in the basement of the apartment building. While the blaze was quickly knocked down, it left the apartments too damaged to live in.

Marita Salkowski with the American Red Cross confirmed that 13 adults and 9 children have been displaced by this fire.  the American Red Cross is not only providing them with client assistance cards to pay for immediate necessities but also replacing medications lost in the fire.

The Red Cross will continue to work with these families as they start their road to recovery.