MENOMINEE, Mich. - Ten people are displaced and two injured after a fire at a Menominee, Mich. apartment building Tuesday night.
The Menominee County Sheriff's Department says the fire started around 9:30 p.m. Menominee Fire Chief Mark Petersen says the scene was cleared shortly after 4 a.m. Wednesday, but crews have been out to the scene several times to take care of hotspots.
Petersen didn't have a damage estimate and wouldn't say the Rio Vista apartment complex is a total loss, but says about 75 percent of it was damaged in the fire.
Two people who lived at the complex were injured in the fire; one with burns and smoke inhalation, the other with just smoke inhalation.
Petersen says the Red Cross is assisting those displaced by the fire.
Petersen says the cause of the fire is under investigation; the Michigan State Patrol Fire Investigator is en route, but Petersen does not know when investigators will arrive.
Marinette Fire and Menominee-Ingallston Fire provided mutual aid.
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