An apartment fire swept through a 24-unit complex Friday in West Bend, Wis., authorities said. The blaze injured three people, authorities said, and five firefighters received treatment at the scene for minor injuries. Strong winds fueled the fire that left dozens of people homeless, fire officials said.
Firefighters don't know what started the fire, but they said it began in an upstairs apartment. They said the cause of the fire did not look suspicious. According to reports, the apartment complex is a total loss. The Red Cross is providing assistance for people affected by the fire.
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