TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Three people were hurt in a downtown Terre Haute fire.
It started around 10:00 Wednesday night at 1803 Wabash Avenue.
The bottom floor of the building is commercial space with the second floor acting as apartments.
Norm Loudermilk from the Terre Haute Fire Department told News 10 four people were still inside when crews arrived on the scene.
Two of those people had to jump from a second-floor window, and one of those people were hurt.
Loudermilk says two other people suffered from smoke inhalation.
Crews blocked roads in the area.
Loudermilk says no cause for the fire has been determined at this time.
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