As many as six families in Elkhart are looking for new places to live after two separate apartment fires.
One of the fires happened on Tuesday morning, Oct. 30, at a complex in the 2100 block of Toledo Road.
A neighbor who called 911 after hearing a smoke alarm go off.
Investigators believe the blaze started in a furnace area.
One person was taken to the hospital with breathing problems.
The other fire broke out, Tuesday night, at a complex in the 2300 block of West Lexington.
The blaze began in a bathroom.
By the time firefighter doused the flames, several other apartments had received smoke and water damage.