KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — 9 people were displaced after a structure fire in North Knoxville, according to Knoxville Fire Department Asst. Chief Mark Wilbanks.

According to Wilbanks, dispatch received a call about a fire at an apartment complex across from the Inskip Ball fields. The caller said they saw the flames and knock on the doors of the apartment to notify the residents.

House fire on Inskip Road in Knoxville
(Courtesy of Knoxville Fire Department)

Crews said they found that the heavy fire from the downstairs apartment extended to the upper floor.

In a photo posted by Knoxville Fire on social media around 4:57 p.m., there is a fire that seems to have burned on the side of the apartment. A fire station on Central Avenue Pike said they could see the smoke from their station.

The building suffered heavy fire, smoke and water damage. The fire was out around 5:00 p.m. according to Knoxville Fire.

All residents, including pets, were reported with no injuries. The building had working smoke alarms.

The Red Cross is assisting nine adults.

Editor’s Note: Information has been updated to the story.