FLINT (AP) – Fire investigators are looking into the cause of a blaze that forced residents from a Flint apartment building.

The Flint Journal reports Saturday that the fire started at one of the buildings in the Park West Apartments complex late Friday night.

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Fire Chief David Cox Jr. says an arson investigator was called in. The building that caught fire had six occupied apartments. Some residents were evacuated by firefighters.

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A 70-year-old man suffered a broken pelvis when he hit the ground after trying to jump to a second-floor balcony from his third-floor apartment.


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