INDIANAPOLIS — Dozens of homeless people have been displaced after a fire damaged the shelter they were staying in on Indianapolis' east side.
Firefighters were called to the Good News Mission just after 3 p.m. for a report of a fire.
Fire officials say 80 adults were staying at the shelter when the fire broke out. The Red Cross is assisting them in finding a new shelter for the evening.
The fire caused $70,000 in damage to the shelter. The cause remains under investigation.
No injuries were reported.
3:21 PM - 80 adults displaced from Good News Mission after fire breaks out at 2716 E Washington St. No Injuries Cause Under Investigation. @INRedCross on scene for victims assistance. $70K Damage pic.twitter.com/njvJCjtQiN
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