TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) - Dozens of people have had to move out of an Indiana State University apartment building after a smoky fire in one of the units.
Terre Haute fire officials say no one was hurt in Tuesday's fire at the University Apartments complex, which primarily houses graduate students and their families.
Assistant fire chief Brett Doan tells the Tribune-Star the fire in a fourth-floor apartment was accidental. He says the occupants had been burning incense in a bedroom and weren't home when the fire started.
That apartment was heavily damaged by fire, while other apartments on the fourth and third floors had smoke and water damage.
Officials say the 40 people living in those apartments have been moved to other university housing units.
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