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(KSL News) A fire forced the evacuation of a Park City apartment building overnight.
Firefighters responded to a fire near 7700 Stein Way around 2 a.m.
Officials say it started behind a fireplace of a lower unit and then made its way up to the second level.
It took fire crews about an hour to put the blaze out, but they stayed throughout the night to put out hot spots.
The residents living in the building were able to get out safely.
Damages are estimate at $750,000.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.