Four people are unaccounted for after a fire in downtown Gardiner, Maine, on Thursday afternoon, according to WCSH-TV.
Six departments responded to the fire, which damaged several buildings on Main Street in the historic downtown area.
The blaze broke out around 4:30 p.m., starting in a brick building and spreading. Three firefighters suffered minor injuries when a roof collapsed in one of the buildings.
The fire was contained between Farris Law building and Gerard's Pizza. The top three floors of the building are apartments and a city employee said nobody was home at the time.
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Fire officials said crews have been unable to check one of the buildings to look for the missing individuals.