LOGAN -- A Friday night two-alarm fire in an apartment complex near Utah State University displaced 70 students but was held mostly to two apartments.
The blaze at 640 E. 900 North started just after 10 p.m. Friday, say Logan fire officials.
Upon arrival, fire crews found heavy smoke and fire showing through the roof of the four-story, 20-unit building.
Evacuation efforts already were under way by the Logan City Police Department.
None of the residents were allowed back into their apartments Friday night because of a lack of electricity and utilities in the building, said Craig Humphreys, fire marshal for the Logan City Fire Department.
All found lodging with family or friends, or received provisions from the American Red Cross.
But all residents, except for those in the two apartments without a roof, were allowed back into their units Saturday, he said.
Fighting the blaze took about an hour, he said, and about 50 firefighters from Logan, North Logan, Smithfield, Cache County, Hyrum and Wellsville fire departments responded.
"The great cooperation and help from surrounding departments is invaluable at these scenes," he said.
Officials were investigating the incident over the weekend.