BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Firefighters from the Baton Rouge Fire Department responded to and controlled an apartment fire at Carol Marie Drive on Sunday morning.
Firefighters arrived to the scene to find fire in the attic above one of the units. Within less than a half-hour, firefighters contained the blaze to that area and to a nearby closet, according to BRFD spokesperson Curt Monte.
Three other units received smoke and water damage, but no firefighters or civilians were injured.
The fire is still under investigation, and the cause is not yet known, according to Monte.
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