OLMSTED FALLS, Ohio - The cause of a massive fire that tore through a condominium complex in Olmsted Falls on Thursday morning has been ruled as "undetermined," according to investigators.
Fire and city officials held a press conference on Friday afternoon to provide an update.
You can watch the press conference in the player below:
The three-story Olmsted Falls Village Apartments, located in the 23000 block of Chandlers Lane, caught fire around 10:30 a.m. When police arrived on the scene a few minutes later the structure had heavy flames coming from the third floor.
Firefighters arrived on scene shortly after. Crews worked for most of the day battling the flames and putting out hotspots.
One resident and two firefighters were injured in the blaze, according to authorities.
A relief station was established at city hall and the senior center to take care of the displaced residents.
No evidence of criminal activity was found during the investigation, authorities said.
#Breaking: Ohio State Fire Marshal’s office rules cause of Olmsted Falls condo complex fire “undetermined.” No evidence of criminal activity or explosion found by investigators. Point of origin believed to be between two units possibly on 3rd floor. @WEWSpic.twitter.com/ewJImgtIXy