A fire broke out at a nursing home in Rosebud early Friday morning, Rosebud Volunteer Fire Department said.
Around 5 a.m., One wing of the Heritage House nursing home was evacuated due to the fire, which has was contained in one room. About a dozen residents were evacuated at the nursing home, located at 407 N. College St.
The fire was reportedly caused by a fan that malfunctioned.
When fire crews arrived, they saw heavy smoke and called for additional assistance. Lott Police Department, Rosebud Police Department, Constable Pct. 3 and Acadian EMS assisted at the scene.
Rosebud fire officials said there is a lot of water damage to the nursing home.
One of the nursing home staff suffered minor smoke inhalation but was not transferred to a hospital. There were no other injuries.
By 6:30 a.m., fire crews were leaving the scene.
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