INDIANAPOLIS - Fourteen people lost their homes when a Columbus apartment building caught fire Thursday evening, but no injuries were reported.
The call came in just before 7 p.m. that the building -- a home at 938 Franklin St. that had been converted into nine apartments -- was on fire.
Investigators determined the building is a total loss.
The Red Cross is assisting the displaced residents.
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