Albany fire forces seven people from two-unit home
Seven people were displaced by an Albany fire on Monday.
The Albany Fire Department received at a call at 5:47 p.m. reporting a fire at a two-story, two-unit building at 13 Sherman St., Fire Chief Joseph Gregory said.
When firefighters arrived two minutes later, they found smoke coming from the eaves of the wood-framed structure.
All the tenants got out safely.
The fire was predominantly in the attic, Gregory said. A cause remains under investigation.
No one was hurt.
The Red Cross is helping two adults and four children, ages 3, 4, 9 and 15.