Crews responded to a structure fire at a Morgantown apartment complex early Saturday morning.
According to Mecca 911, it happened just after 12:30 a.m. at the Campus Evolution Villages on District Drive. The fire was contained to building 2600.
"We got on scene with smoke showing on the first and second floor, did a primary search of the entire building to make sure there were no students still in the building, and we located the fire and extinguished it," said Ryan Gillespie, Star City Volunteer Fire Department
The Star City VFD said the fire was contained to the maintenance room in the building. There is light smoke and water damage, but the damage is considered minimal.
"We do have water damage from a sprinkler that did flow, it did what its suppose to do and activated with the heat. However there is light smoke damage, but there is no fire damage to any of the apartments," Gillespie said.
Dozens of people were inside of the apartment building when it caught fire, but everyone made it out safely and no one was injured.
"I woke up to it from all the fire alarms going off, and it was just really loud, and all smoke was everywhere," said Lindsey Beyer, resident.
Firefighters said the cause of the fire is electrical and tenants are unable to stay in the building until further notice.
West Virginia University is working to find places for those people to stay until it is safe to go back into the building, according to firefighters.
The Star City VFD is investigating.