Residents of at least 25 apartments have been displaced after a two-alarm fire.
Officials with the Nashville Fire Department said the fire happened Saturday afternoon at Landmark at Glenview Reserve apartments in the 1400 block of Arbor Creek Lane.
The call initially came in as a dryer fire, and firefighters said the flames spread quickly through the three-story apartment building.
“The initial call came in that somebody had some sort of a dryer fire,” said Brian Haas, of the Nashville Fire Department. “When our arriving units arrived, by the time they got there, there were already flames and heavy smoke coming through the roof.”
25 apartment units affected in fire. Red Cross being called to assist those who need temporary housing. Whole building will be unlivable.
— Nashville Fire Dept (@NashvilleFD) February 6, 2016
Crews said the fire was knocked down quickly, and no injuries have been reported.
The apartments were badly damaged, and the Red Cross has been called in to help those displaced.
Authorities said the actual cause of the fire was still under investigation, and they confirmed the entire building was unlivable.