Virginia, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - Firefighters helped several people escape an apartment building fire in Virginia on Thursday.
The Virginia Fire Department says people were at home in four of the building's six units when flames broke out. Firefighters came to the rescue of two people trapped due to heavy smoke.
As for the fire itself, it was knocked down in a short while and left behind minimal damage.
The Northland Chapter of the American Red Cross is providing emergency shelter for the tenants of two units.
Three cats were also rescued from the home.
No word on what sparked the fire.