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Apartment fire causes $35,000 worth of damage

HARTWELL, OH (FOX19) -

Two people are displaced following a fire at the Williamsburg Apartments in the 100 block of West Galbraith Road.

The cause is still under investigation but the estimated damage of the apartment fire is $35,000.

Officials say 37 firefighters conducted an aggressive attack to prevent the fire from spreading in the two-story brick townhome.

Smoke detectors were heard throughout the complex, but only two adjoining apartments were damaged.

The fire was brought under control within 20 minutes of the firefighters arriving on scene.

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