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Attic fire causes damage to Sheboygan apartment building

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SHEBOYGAN (WITI) — Fire caused significant damage to more than half of a ten-unit apartment building in Sheboygan on Monday morning, July 8th.

Emergency responders were first called to the scene on Broughton Dr. just after 2 a.m. They immediately began a search for the source of the fire. The crews found extensive flames and smoke in the attic — and because the attic stretched the entire length of the building, there was damage to several apartments.

No residents of the building were hurt. But a firefighter from Kohler apparently stepped off a rafter and fell. Officials say he suffered slight pain to his ribs but refused to be taken to a hospital.

Firefighters from Kohler and Cedar Grove assisted with this fire. A cause has yet to be determined.

The Red Cross was on site to assist two of the families affected by the fire. The other residents made their own arrangements.

Monitor FOX6 News and FOX6Now.com for updates on this developing story.

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