YPSILANTI TWP., MI – Flames destroyed an Ypsilanti Township condominium developing early Saturday early morning, displacing tenants in at least 16 distinctive units, officers explained.

Firefighters responded at 3:24 a.m., Oct. 31 to the Lake Shore Apartments creating on the 2300 block of Lakeshore Boulevard in the Rawsonville neighborhood, said the Ypsilanti Township Fire Office.

Although all inhabitants escaped unharmed, the flames resulted in a full decline of 1 of the complex’s structures, officers said. It is probable up to 25 various condominium units will not be salvageable, officers reported.

Fire crews contained the blaze all-around 8 a.m. Saturday, and stayed on scene until finally 2 p.m., officers stated. The estimated injury is much more than $2 million, officials said.

First investigation identified that the lead to of the fireplace does not show up to be suspicious. The incident is beneath additional critique.

The Ypsilanti Township Fire Section gained assistance from crews from the city of Ypsilanti, as perfectly as Superior, Van Buren, Ann Arbor and Pittsfield townships.

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