CLEVELAND -- Families are looking to gather things after a massive fire on Cleveland's Westside.
The Cleveland Fire Department tells us families of seven homes have been displaced because of smoke damage.
The American Red Cross says they are helping three of those families, 11 people total. They plan on supplying shelter, food, and clothing to the families.
Saturday night, nearly 100 firefighters were on the scene of a massive fire near W. 78th Street and Lake Avenue.
Fire dispatchers tell Channel 3 News that the fire is a triple four-alarm, the second highest multiple alarm assignment for fires. The building houses a furniture manufacturing company and nearby homes were damaged.
According to Cleveland EMS, no injuries have been reported.
One resident on West 73rd Street says he and his neighbors fled the area around 11 p.m. Saturday, fearing that the flames would spread.
Viewers from as far away as W. 67th Street reported that they could see the flames.
We have crews on the scene and will bring you more information as soon as it becomes available on wkyc.com and on Channel 3 News.