SAN ANTONIO --
Dozens were evacuated from an assisted living home Friday night after a huge fire broke out.
The fire happened at the Westminster Square assisted living home at 1838 Basse Road..
Flames were seen shooting from the roof of the complex, of which 21 apartments were damaged by water, smoke or fire.
Fire officials said the fire started in a first floor apartment and spread to the second floor.
"All I saw was smoke coming out of the top of the building and heard glass breaking," resident Verna Taylor said.
All the residents were evacuated safely, but two firefighters were hurt when they fell through the floor of a second-story apartment. They were treated at the scene and are doing fine.
Fire officials said 50 residents have been temporarily displaced and at least 25-30 residents will not be able to return to their apartments..
The American Red Cross have responded to the scene of the incident to give aid to the affected residents.
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