ROSWELL, Ga. — A fire that broke out at a Roswell apartment complex has displaced nearly 2 dozen people.
Roswell Police tweeted Monday afternoon that a fire in the area of Teal Court and Martin Road. Nine units were damaged in the blaze. No injuries were reported.
The Red Cross said it's helping about 20 people with emergency needs such as temporary housing food, clothing and personal care items. Roswell Fire Department said the cause of the blaze is still under investigation.
Earlier in the day, roadways were blocked in the area.
Police said school pickup traffic was affected at Esther Jackson Elementary School. Drivers were redirected back down Martin Road toward Riverside.
11Alive SkyTracker flew over the area. Video shows firefighters at the scene. There is also roof damage to the structure which appears to be an apartment building.
Roswell Police tweeted a map of the route drivers should take.