No injuries in Ormond Beach condo fire

ORMOND BEACH, Fla. — The American Red Cross was called to assist a family of three displaced by a fire at an Ormond Beach condominium complex Wednesday.

Units from Ormond Beach Fire-Rescue were called to the Oceanfront Condos on South Atlantic Ave. around 7 p.m. for reports of a hot wall.

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The first units on scene arrived to find heavy smoke and flames coming from a unit on the fourth floor of the complex.

Fire crews from Daytona Beach and the Volusia County fire department assisted in putting out the flames.

None of the occupants of the condo where the fire was located were home at the time.

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Some adjacent units were damaged by smoke but remained “livable,” according to the fire department. No other units were affected.

There were no injuries reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation.