ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — A total of nine people were displaced following an apartment fire on Electric Avenue Wednesday night.

Officials from RFD said that truck 2 was on location and saw heavy flames coming from the attic. A second alarm was called due to the size.

RFD says that once the fire was held back from outside, crews went inside to extinguish the fire. Additional crews searched the structure and confirmed everyone was out.

Authorities also said smoke detectors were in use however they did not go off due to the fire being in the attic. There was extensive damage to the attic area and water damage to the apartment where the fire was, along with damage to two other apartments.

Emergency crews say there were no injuries. An investigation to determine the cause of the fire is underway.

Authorities say the Red Cross will be assisting 9 adult residents.

First responders assess damage caused by the fire Wednesday. Provided by the Rochester Fire Department.

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