NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Nashville Fire officials said they’re on the scene of a two-alarm apartment fire at the Pagoda Condos on the 300 block of Welch Road.
The call came in around 12:29 p.m. for an apartment fire. Crews arrived on the scene minutes later to find fire and smoke in building M. There were multiple HVAC systems on the roof and it is believed the fire could have started there as the HVAC units collapsed through the roof.
Officials say there are a total of eight units in building M and the top floor is completely affected because the units fell in on those floors. The bottom floors were not affected by the fire but did suffer from water damage. There was nobody home at the time of the fire, and the fire department is working to get in touch with property owners. There were no injuries.
Crews said there is structural deterioration and they had to pull personnel out of the building, the fire was contained only to Building M. Around 2 p.m., one crew remained in the building knocking out hotspots.
Nashville Fire officials requested the American Red Cross to respond to the scene in order to help residents who are displaced.
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