HOUSTON – Firefighters responded to a large fire at townhomes in north Harris County Monday afternoon, according to the Spring Fire Department.
The fire was reported at 4:39 p.m. at the Roundhill Townhomes on Cypress Station Drive.
Firefighters discovered that the fire was coming from the upstairs A/C unit and then upgraded to the full box.
No injuries have been reported at the scene.
Eight units were damaged in the fire but only three homes were occupied. Red Cross were called to help those who were displaced by the fire.
The Spring Fire Department is assisting Ponderosa Fire Department to help put out the blaze. The Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office also responded to the scene to investigate the fire.
HCFMO investigators are on scene of a 2-alarm apartment fire. 8 units damaged, but only 3 occupied. No injuries reported. @RedCrossTXGC has been notified to assist the victims. Investigation into the origin and cause of the fire is ongoing. pic.twitter.com/D6IZ1J1unY— @hcfmo (@hcfmo) February 8, 2022