NEW: Investigators call Charleston apartment complex fire 'suspicious'
Firefighters are calling a Wednesday fire on Charleston's East End suspicious.
It started in a house on Jackson Street that had been turned into several apartments.
Firefighters were alerted by police that there could be a possible meth lab inside, but they were not about to find any evidence of a lab on Wednesday evening. Neighbors said the apartments have been a nuisance for years.
The Charleston Fire Department is investigating.
A working structure fire has been reported on Jackson Street in Charleston.
A woman living at the apartment complex who did not want to be identified says she saw smoke and flames emerging from the second story.
The building has five apartments and has been evacuated.
Crews are on the scene battling the flames.
No injuries have been reported at this time.
We have a crew at the scene. Stay with 13NEWS for the latest on this developing story.
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