A four-alarm fire Wednesday night in Montreal's Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood has left 35 people still unable to return home, according to the Red Cross.
The fire drew 98 firefighters and 36 trucks to the scene on Décarie boulevard shortly after 9 p.m. on Wednesday.
All residents living in the building's 17 units were able to make it out safely, according to Montreal Fire Operations Chief of Operations Michel Girard.
The Red Cross says residents in six of the units have been able to return.
According to the chief's report, 80 families in the buildings immediately north and south of the fire were also forced to leave their homes. They were able to return later Wednesday night.
The report said the fire department has opened an investigation. The cause of the fire is still unknown.
Firefighters said there were no injuries or deaths.