Emergency crews were called to a fire at an apartment building in Willington.

The fire broke out at the Woodhaven Apartments on Cisar Road.

Officials said 32 units were evacuated.

"When we got here there was heavy smoke on the second floor the building was evacuated crews were able to find an active fire on one of the apartments on the second floor with heavy fire damage but we were able to confine it to that apartment," said Willington Fire Chief Alex Moore.

Tolland County dispatchers said at least two people were transported to the hospital to be evaluated.

The American Red Cross is assisting fire victims, however it is unclear how many.

Crews from UConn, Mansfield, Tolland, West Stafford, and Coventry all responded.

WILLINGTON CT: @WillingtonFire & @WHFD49 are on scene of a multi family apartment building fire at Woodhaven Apts 80 Cisar Rd. Mutual aid from @UConn FD, #MansfieldFire & @TollandAlert #WestStaffordFire #CoventryFire— Tolland County 911 (@TNDispatch) January 18, 2018

It is unclear what caused the fire at this time.

WILLINGTON UPDATE: OIC reports fire is under control. At least 2 people transported from the scene to area hospitals for evaluation. @CTRedCross requested to the scene for assistance. The extent of fire damage is unavailable at this time.— Tolland County 911 (@TNDispatch) January 18, 2018

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