LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The Clark County Fire Department (CCFD) received multiple 911 calls on Dec. 30 stating that there was a fire near Spring Mountain Road and S. Decatur Boulevard.

At approximately 3:37 p.m., CCFD confirmed a 2-alarm structure fire at 3625 S. Decatur Boulevard, the Gloria Park Villas apartments. A high-level structural fire response was sent with 4 engines, 1 truck, 1 rescue, and 2 battalion chiefs which included resources from Las Vegas Fire and Rescue.

Upon arrival, personnel reported smoke emanating from the eves of a two-story apartment building. A full second alarm was requested by the incident commander to assist with the fire. Six additional engines, 1 additional rescue, and 1 additional truck responded to the scene.

All occupants of the structure were safely evacuated with no injuries reported.

Clark County Fire Chief Greg Cassell held a news conference at 4:45 p.m on Monday afternoon to update the public on the incident.

It is unknown how many total apartment units have been affected by smoke or flame. Damage has not been estimated.

NV Energy and Southwest Gas were notified to respond to assist with utilities. American Red Cross is currently assisting 30 people who have been displaced as a result of the incident.

Stay tuned for more information and further updates.