GREENVILLE, SC- Crews responded to a fire at Tara Apartments in Greenville. The apartments were used as housing for the Solutions Recovery Center.
The center provided its tenants, mostly men, sober housing as they overcome their addictions.
The fire was reported around 6:30 a.m. Friday.
When crews arrived on scene the complex was fully involved with flames coming from the roof, Lt. Dendy of Greenville Fire says.
8 units, 30 firefighters responded to the complex fire on Lowndes Hill Road.
Fire officials say no one was injured.
The center says one its tenants was a mother with an infant boy who lost everything: clothes, stroller, and car seat.
The center is asking for donations for its tenants.
The baby wears 6-9 month clothes and size 3 in diapers. The mother’s pants size is 18, she wears 2XL or XL in shirts, her shoe size is 10, wears a size 8 in underwear, and a size 42D bra.
There were some men who also lost some belongings in the fire. The men are asking for anything through 5XL.
The center says donation will be accepted after 12 p.m. Friday and you can deliver the donations to Solutions Recovery Center, 520 Lowndes Hill Road, Apartment 30, Greenville, SC. More more information, call 864.400.8799.