Stonebridge fire does $1-million damage

Fire damages Stonebridge Apartments in Beavercreek. (WDTN Photo/Beairshelle Edme)
Fire damages Stonebridge Apartments in Beavercreek. (WDTN Photo/Beairshelle Edmé)

BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (WDTN) – The state fire marshal sets the damage from an apartment fire in Beavercreek at a million dollars.

Investigators believe the fire at the Stonebridge Apartments just off Stroop Road started in a trash can that was sitting on a wooden deck to one of the second floor apartment units.

The fire in August damaged 18 units in one building at the complex.

50 people lost their homes, but luckily, no one was hurt.

We told you just this week about one homeowner who finally got his scared cat out of the rubble. Fire crews were able to coax Midnight out safely.

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