JACKSONVILLE, Ala. (WBMA) — Two people were injured and eight units were destroyed after a large fire at the Pheasant Run Apartments in Jacksonville Sunday morning.
The city posted the news to its Facebook page.
According to the post, the two people were injured after they leaped from the building's second story to get away from the fire.
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They were taken to UAB Hospital by Life Flight, but their injuries do not appear to be life-threatening. No other serious injuries were reported.
Firefighters responded to a call about a fire at the apartments shortly before 5:30 a.m. in the 200 block of Greenleaf Street SW.
Jacksonville Police Chief Marcus Wood said the damage at the building is extensive, but all residents appear to have evacuated safely.
Family members and friends were asked not to approach the apartment complex, which has a single access road and needs to remain clear for first responders.
Jacksonville, Anniston, Alexandria and Weaver fire departments all responded to the fire.
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City officials said that anyone affected by the fire may contact the Jacksonville Christian Outreach Center, JCOC for assistance.
They will arrive at their offices Sunday at 1:00 p.m., located at 206 W Francis St. behind McDonald's, in the First United Methodist Church parking lot.
The cause of the fire has yet to be determined.