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  Investigators are looking into the cause of an early morning fire at Chalkville Crossings.

Firefighters were called out to the fire at 07:58 Thursday morning. When they arrived, flames were showing.

Investigators believe the fire started in an apartment but got into the attic where it quickly spread.

Two units were burned, four had water damage, and a few more were damaged by smoke

"Those type fires are really hard to stop. I'm really proud of our guys. They got in and did an excellent job. This is one of the better stops I've seen," said Chief Howard Summerford, Center Point Fire Department.

Summerford says the building was up to code but did not have firewalls.

Most of the units were occupied when the fire started but no one was hurt.

Red Cross is helping the displaced families find some where to stay.