11 displaced after fire at Cranston apartment building

Cranston Apt Fire

CRANSTON, R.I. (WLNE) — The American Red Cross announced they’re helping 11 people who are displaced after a fire in an apartment building in Cranston.

Officials from the Red Cross said four families, including nine adults and two children are among those without a home following the fire.

According to Cranston Fire Chief James Warren, the call for help came in after 4 p.m., Monday, when multiple callers reported smoke coming from the first floor of the Mansion House Apartment building.

ABC 6 News crews were on the scene on Oaklawn Avenue where firefighters could be seen assessing damages and wrapping up their lines.

Chief Warren told ABC 6 News nobody was injured from the incident.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

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