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Early morning fire ravages Quebec City apartment building

At least 10 people living in the building on Anna Street were evacuated from it and are now without homes. Firefighters say no one was injured.

None of the building's residents were injured, but at least 10 people are now without a home

At least 10 residents were evacuated from their Quebec City apartment building overnight as a fire tore through it into the early morning hours Wednesday. (Submitted by Alain Tremblay/Radio-Canada)

An apartment in Quebec City's Saint-Sauveur neighbourhood was almost completely destroyed inside after a fire ravaged it overnight. 

At least 10 people living in the building on Anna Street were evacuated from it and are now without homes. Firefighters say no one was injured. 

Firefighters say the apartment building was almost completely destroyed inside. (Marie-Maude Pontbriand/Radio-Canada)

The fire started just after 3 a.m. Fire crews worked into Wednesday's early morning hours to contain the fire and stop it from spreading to adjacent buildings. 

It's unclear what sparked the fire, but firefighters say it appears to have started on the second floor.

With files from The Canadian Presse

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