Fire investigators say a cigarette sparked a fire that displaced 14 people and destroyed two apartments in Clifton.
It's an update to a story we first brought you on 11 News today.
Fire crews were called to the building on Tracy Drive at about 2:15 a.m. this morning.
When they arrived they saw flames shooting from the roof on the back side of the building.
The nine adults and five children living inside the building's four units were forced to evacuate.
One person was sent to the hospital for smoke inhalation.
The Clifton Fire Department says the fire started by accident after someone dropped a smoldering cigarette
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