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95 Residents displaced after 2-alarm fire at assisted living facility

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By Stephanie Baumer By Stephanie Baumer
By Stephanie Baumer By Stephanie Baumer
According to police dispatch, crews were called to the scene of a 2-alarm fire at Autumn Ridge Residential Care in the 300 block of Autumn Ridge Drive around 6:00 a.m. By Stephanie Baumer According to police dispatch, crews were called to the scene of a 2-alarm fire at Autumn Ridge Residential Care in the 300 block of Autumn Ridge Drive around 6:00 a.m. By Stephanie Baumer
According to police dispatch, crews were called to the scene of a 2-alarm fire at Autumn Ridge Residential Care in the 300 block of Autumn Ridge Drive around 6:00 a.m. By Stephanie Baumer According to police dispatch, crews were called to the scene of a 2-alarm fire at Autumn Ridge Residential Care in the 300 block of Autumn Ridge Drive around 6:00 a.m. By Stephanie Baumer
According to police dispatch, crews were called to the scene of a 2-alarm fire at Autumn Ridge Residential Care in the 300 block of Autumn Ridge Drive around 6:00 a.m. By Stephanie Baumer According to police dispatch, crews were called to the scene of a 2-alarm fire at Autumn Ridge Residential Care in the 300 block of Autumn Ridge Drive around 6:00 a.m. By Stephanie Baumer

HERCULANEUM, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Numerous emergency vehicles responded after a residential care facility caught fire in Herculaneum, Missouri early Monday morning.

According to police dispatch, crews were called to the scene of a 2-alarm fire at Autumn Ridge Residential Care in the 300 block of Autumn Ridge Drive around 6:00 a.m.

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Skyzoom 4 was over the scene and saw an evacuation of residence. According to fire officials, buses were brought in to take roughly 60 residents off of the premises to a local hospital as a precaution. 95 people were displaced from their homes as a result of the fire.

There are no known injuries. 

The cause of the fire is currently unknown.  

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