STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. — Two dozen people are displaced after an early Wednesday morning fire damaged an apartment building in Stone Mountain.
According to American Red Cross Georgia region spokesperson Ronnika McFall, disaster volunteers with the agency responded to the fire around 1:45 a.m. at 3000 Treehills Parkway.
The fire devastated the 8-unit apartment building. McFall says 24 displaced people are now turning to the Red Cross for help.
The Red Cross provided immediate emergency needs to those people, including temporary housing, food, clothing, and personal items, according to McFall.
There is currently no information on any injuries reported or what may have started the fire.