A building in the Le Clairval district in Lillebonne (Seine-Maritime) was hit by a major fire on Tuesday around 8 p.m.
The disaster broke out in the cellars of the residence, reports 76actu.
The smoke which escaped from it went up to the stairwells.
The firefighters were dispatched to the site to bring the disaster under control.
Twelve people relocated
The entire residence was evacuated.
A total of 36 residents were taken to safety.
Five people were taken in by the emergency services after inhaling smoke.
Four people were then taken to the Caux Seine Valley intercommunal hospital, indicates
Le Courrier Cauchois
The fire caused a power cut in some homes.
Twelve people had to be relocated.
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