ROSEBURG, Ore. -- People living in a downtown Roseburg apartment building were evacuated Tuesday night after flames were spotted on the rooftop.
Firefighters arrived at the Grand Apartments on SE Cass just after 9 p.m.
Crews used a ladder truck to put out the fire on the roof of the five-story building.
Two apartments had water damage and one resident was displaced.
Fire officials say no injuries were reported.
Traffic was detoured on both Cass Avenue and Rose Street for approximately two and a half hours. Residents returned to their apartments at approximately 10:30 p.m.
A total of 10 firefighters assisted with the firefighting operations. Other agencies assisting with the fire included Roseburg Police Department, Bay Cities Ambulance, Pacific Power, and Avista Gas.
The structure, which is valued at $2.2 million, suffered approximately $30,000 in damage, officials said.
The cause is still under investigation.