GEORGETOWN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) - All the residents of a Georgetown Township adult assisted living community were forced from their apartments early Wednesday morning when a fire broke out.
Around midnight, several firefighting crews went to Allen Springs near Cottonwood Drive. As they worked to put out the fire, other crew members went through all 60 apartments and helped to bring the residents out safely.
All needed to find another place to stay, and one person told 24 Hour News 8 some were going to nearby motels.
No cause of the fire has yet been determined.
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