DENVER — Nine people were displaced after a fire broke out near 3338 N Clayton St. in Denver on Saturday night, the Denver Fire Department said.
Eight to 12 units were affected by the fire and Denver Fire rescued at least three people from the buildings.
Red Cross responded over night to a multi-unit #homefire in Denver. We provided for the immediate needs of 9 people (8A/1C) and 1 family pet. We will continue individual casework to help them move forward in their recovery from this disaster. pic.twitter.com/yfEnjTgWfm
— CO & WY Red Cross (@COWYRedCross) November 19, 2017
The Red Cross Denver is providing assistance to the nine people displaced by the fire. There were eight adults, one child, and a pet.
The Red Cross says that they anticipate hearing from three families who were not home at the time of the fire.
Denver Fire did not say how the fire started.