INDIANAPOLIS - At least four people were without a home after an apartment fire on the city’s northeast side Wednesday afternoon.
The fire was reported at the Brendon Way Apartments near East 56th Street and Interstate 465 just after 4 p.m., officials with the Indianapolis Fire Department said.
Eight units in the building were occupied, but there were no reported injuries. Officials said two pets were able to get out safely.
One of the occupants is 9-months pregnant and recently had her baby shower. IFD crews were able to save many of her gifts.
Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department were called in to help with fire-related traffic problems in the area.
Few other details were released.
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