Thirty one displaced after west Orlando apartment complex catches fire, police say

ORLANDO, Fla. — Thirty one people, many of them children, were displaced after a west Orlando apartment complex caught fire early Saturday morning, police said.

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Firefighters were sent to put out the blaze at 4305 Crossroads Court near LB McLeod Road shortly after 1:30 a.m.

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The fire damaged eight of the 12 apartments in the building that caught fire, police said.

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First responders rescued everyone without injury, officials said.

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Officials did not say what caused the blaze.