CLEVELAND - Firefighters rescued someone from the third floor of an apartment complex that burned on Lee Avenue in Cleveland early Wednesday morning.
Cleveland fire said the blaze began in the rear of the first floor of a six-apartment complex at East 105th Street and Lee Avenue, north of Wade Park.
The woman who lived in the apartment where the fire started said she was sleeping in another room and has no idea what started it. She was able to wake her boyfriend and 6-year-old daughter and get out safely.
Cleveland EMS said no one was injured.
Five adults were displaced as a result of the fire and Red Cross personnel are on the way.
NewsChannel5 has a crew at the scene gathering details. Check back for more updates.
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