ATLANTA, Ga – Atlanta firefighters battled a large blaze that broke out shortly after noon at a Buckhead apartment complex.
The two-alarm fire broke out at 771 Lindbergh, an apartment complex at the intersection of Adina Drive and Fountainhead Lane, reported 11Alive's Joe Henke.
Atlanta assistant fire chief Chris Wessels said the majority of the fire damage was confined to the top floor of the four-level complex. Some third-floor units suffered fire damage, and the first and second floor units had water damage.
Apartment fire at Adina and Fountainhead. Atlanta Fire on scene. pic.twitter.com/ieusWdm7yN— Joe Henke (@JoeHenke) December 3, 2016
No injuries have been reported, and there are no estimates as to how many people were displaced from the fire.
According to the American Red Cross, 26 units were impacted by the fire, and volunteers are meeting with those displaced to help meet emergency needs.