MORGANTOWN \u2014 An apartment at 872 Stewart Street is uninhabitable after a fire Tuesday morning.\r\n\r\nThe fire did not spread to any other apartments and no one was injured, John Thorne, duty crew chief for Star City Volunteer Fire Department, said. The cause of the fire is still under investigation, he said.\r\n\r\nThe department was called to the fire about 7:30 a.m. and the fire took about 15 minutes to put out, Thorne said.\r\n\r\nMatthew Fleming, 39, said he was sleeping on the couch and when he woke up to go to his bedroom he noticed smoke coming out of the room.\r\n\r\nHe shut the door and woke his mom to tell her about the fire. While Fleming\u2019s mother called 911, he went to the apartment next door to wake his sister, he said.\r\n\r\nFleming said he tried use to the fire extinguisher from the kitchen, but that he couldn\u2019t stop the fire. He said most everything he owned was in the apartment.\r\n\r\n\u201cIt\u2019s a tough situation to face,\u201d he said.\r\n\r\nNeighbor Brittany Kowalski said she while asleep when she heard noise upstairs about 7:30 a.m., but she believed it was the kids that live above her running around.\r\n\r\nKowalski\u2019s boyfriend went to check the sound out and it turned out to be firefighters knocking on doors. He came back and told her to get dressed, she said.\r\n\r\nHer apartment is largely undamaged except for water on the floor, Kowalski said.\r\n\r\nThe building is owned by Pearand Corporation.\r\n\r\nPresident Shawn Kelly said she is putting residents who need a place to stay into vacant units until the apartments are habitable again.\r\n\r\nShe said she hopes it\u2019s only the one apartment that is out of commission long-term, but there are a lot of factors at play, such as how long it takes to restore power and gas \u2013 which were turned off.\r\n\r\n\u201cI\u2019m just glad nobody was hurt,\u201d Kelly said.\r\n\r\nThe American Red Cross was also at the scene of the fire Tuesday morning.\r\n\r\nDisaster Team Member Fran Boyce said the Red Cross provides pre-paid gift cards so that victims of fire can get a hotel, clothes and food for a few days.\r\n\r\nThe Red Cross also helps connect fire victims with agencies that can help them and follows up in a few days to see how people are doing, Boyce said.\r\n\r\nStar City VFD, Granville Fire Department, Westover Volunteer Fire Department, Brookhaven Volunteer Fire Department, Morgantown Fire Department, Monongalia County Sheriff\u2019s Department, Mon Health EMS and Star City EMS responded.