Four families in Lebanon are homeless this morning after a fire ripped through their apartment building.
LEBANON, Ind. -- Four families in Lebanon are homeless Monday morning after a fire ripped through their apartment building.
The fire started shortly before 11:30 Sunday night, near the 500 block of East Pearl St.
One person was sent to the hospital. The full extent of their injuries is unknown.
The Red Cross is helping the displaced families.
Firefighters are still working to learn what started the fire.
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