Several families displaced after fire destroys 20 units at East Windsor condo building; pets still missing

Dozens of people have been displaced after a multi-alarm fire occurred at a residential building in East Windsor. 

On Monday at around 4:28 p.m., East Windsor Township Police Department officers responded to a reported structure fire at building K of the American Way Condos on Avon Drive. 

The first responding officers observed heavy smoke and flames coming from the second floor at the north end of the building. 

All residents from the K building were evacuated, and fire crews started putting out the fire. 

Officials say all 24 condos within the K building sustained fire and/or water damage and the entire structure was deemed uninhabitable, displacing all the families that lived there.

SKYFOX was live over the scene on Avon Drive. 

They say the fire started in a second floor closet.

"There are no central station alarms here, no interconnected alarms; the only thing that has alarms are the two utility rooms," said Deputy Chief Kevin Brink, Hightstown Fire Station 41.

There were no injuries reported. However, firefighters say there are still some pets missing. 

The cause of the fire remains under investigation by police, but it is believed to be non-suspicious.