HIGHLAND PARK, Mich. (WXYZ) - Residents of a Highland Park Adult Foster Care home were left looking for shelter after a fire Friday morning.
The fire started around 3:30 am in the basement of the building on Stevens.
One man on the second floor jumped to escape the smoke. He is in critical condition in the hospital. Firefighters also rescued one person from the basement.
Everyone else got out on their own.
Firefighters are investigating the cause, but as of Friday morning had no reason to suspect arson.
American Red Cross, Southeastern Michigan Region, Emergency Services Department, responded to the fire. The organization provided food, clothing, and shelter to several residents.
"We usually provide a one to two-night stay in a hotel, but it's on a case-by-case basis," Red Cross Emergency Service Specialist Toyia Yancey said.
The Red Cross is on standby to provide assistance to additional occupants of the apartment.
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