(UPDATE: 1:54 p.m) -- WDAY Radio has learned more details in a sub-zero temperature fire that took place this morning.
Crews were called to 1360 32nd Street S at 9:07 a.m and found smoke coming from an apartment complex's third floor. Crews located the blaze quickly and extinguished it before neighboring units were severely impacted. No one was inside the apartment directly affected by the blaze when authorities arived, but two neighbors on the third floor suffered minor smoke inhalation when they attempted to leave the building. First responders say the injuries were minor and the individuals refused treatment.
An initials damage estimate is approximately $40,000. The fire's cause is still under investigation.
(Fargo, ND) -- Fargo Fire crews had to brave the bitter cold to fight a fire at an apartment complex on the city's south side Wednesday morning.
Firefighters were called to the 13-hundred-block of 32nd Street South around 9:00 a.m. after heavy smoke was seen coming from the third floor of the building.
There's been no information indicating a cause or if there are any injuries.
The temperature in Fargo when crews arrived was -13.
Stick with WDAY Radio as more details from the fire become available.