FULTON COUNTY, Ga — A fire in Roswell displaced more than 20 residents, according to a news release from the Roswell Fire Department.
Fire officials say they responded to the Rosemont Apartments on 400 Rosemont Parkway just before 8:30 p.m. after a resident reported smoke and fire coming from a dryer in their apartment.
According to the release, firefighters rescued one dog, one cat and one bearded dragon from the building.
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No injuries were reported. Four of the units and the attic area sustained significant damage, according to fire officials.
Roswell fire estimated that 22 residents were d displaced as a result of the fire. The American Red Cross is working with the property management company to assist the displaced residents, according to the release.
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The Roswell Fire Department Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the cause of the fire.
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