At least one family was displaced after a fire broke out in an apartment complex on West Main Street in Riverhead on Sunday afternoon, officials said.

About 75 firefighters responded to a 911 call reporting the blaze at the Fairfield Pines development at 1:05 p.m., according to fire officials.

It took about an hour to get the fire under control, according to Bill Sanok, public information officer with the Riverhead Fire Department.

No injuries were reported but “there were a number of people who had to be evacuated,” Sanok said. The Red Cross said in an email Sunday night that it had provided emergency financial assistance to eight households affected by the fire.

While the fire was contained to one apartment, Riverhead Fire Marshal Andrew Smith said two other apartments were impacted by smoke. Smith added that the cause of the fire was still being investigated but the cause did not appear suspicious.

In addition to members of the Riverhead Fire Department, firefighters from the Jamesport and Ridge departments were also at the scene, Sanok said.

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