SPRINGFIELD -- A two-alarm fire at a Springfield apartment complex on Sunday morning started on the third floor of a unit.
Fire crews evacuated everyone living in the Golden Pond Apartment complex.
There were no injuries directly related to the fire. There was, however, one person treated for chest pains related to stress, according to the Springfield assistant fire chief David Pennington.
Between four and six apartments in the complex were destroyed and several others incurred smoke and water damage.
According to eyewitness accounts, flames were shooting from the third floor of a building on the southwest side of the complex, and the wind fanned the flames to the east.
Both Springfield and Battlefield Fire Departments responded to scene at 4120 S Hillcrest Avenue.
People that live in the complex say they really look out for each other and acted quickly.
A few people say they went into the flames to make sure people got out before fire departments arrived.