OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — No one is injured but at least 10 people are displaced after a fire at an Overland Park apartment.

According to the Overland Park Fire Department, crews were called the the Meadowlark Hills apartments at 91st and Robinson street just after 4 a.m. and found smoke showing from a two-story building.

Crews began clearing the building of all occupants while other firefighters started attacking the fire on the second floor.

Due to the location of the fire, more firefighters were requested to the building.

Six units in the building are uninhabitable, displacing 12 residents. The Red Cross is assisting the displaced.

Overland Park investigators determined the cause of the fire was careless discarding of smoking material. Officials believe someone put a cigarette out in a rusted-through coffee can, which lit a deck and exterior wall on fire.

The fire has been ruled accidental.

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