NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Firefighters fought flames at the Arbors of Brentwood early Sunday morning.
Nashville Fire Department received the call around 3:50 a.m. before responding to the scene.
NFD said that crews were able to quickly put out the fire at the complex. Officials report that four units from Building 6 were displaced following the fire.
They are not accepting donated materials such as clothing, food or furniture at this time. The American Red Cross asked that anyone hoping to assist the displaced residents can make a financial donation to the Red Cross disaster fund or sign up to help volunteer.
"We are so appreciative of the community support for these clients, but this is not what is needed at this time," the Red Cross said.
Nashville Red Cross volunteers are helping families displaced by fires at Foxcroft Apartments, British Woods & Arbors of Brentwood. A shelter is open at Crievewood Baptist Church with meals & snacks. Families are meeting with Red Cross caseworkers to start the recovery process. pic.twitter.com/KJatkuzYQ8— American Red Cross of Tennessee (@RedCrossTN) June 26, 2022
Sixteen displaced residents from Arbors of Brentwood are currently receiving assistance at the shelter, according to the Red Cross.
No information about the cause of the fire is available at this time, as it is still being investigated.