Four families are looking for a place to stay after fire damaged a Sandy Springs apartment complex on Roswell Road.
Eight units were affected, including two that were destroyed. Channel 2's Sophia Choi was at the scene on Sunday morning, where she found residents still stunned and comforting each other as firefighters finished their work at the Versailles complex.
Residents said they woke up to the fire at 6 a.m.
"The police and fire department came banging down our doors because there was a large fire and it was exploding," Patricia Rodriguez said.
Choi saw a couple of fire extinguishers outside on the ground, but neighbors said the fire was no match for them.
Residents said the fire moved fast from one unit to the other and they believe they know how and where it started.
"It started in the kitchen. What I know is it started in the kitchen," Juan Gomez, a maintenance worker said.
Patricia Rodriguez said that someone was cooking and fell asleep at the stove.
Residents said everyone got out alive but two people were hurt.
The Red Cross is assisting those four families who lost their homes and the apartment managers are looking at moving them to other units inside the complex.
Investigators are interviewing residents, but at this point, they have not released an official cause of the fire.