PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Portland Fire & Rescue responded to a two-alarm apartment fire on Monday afternoon.

The blaze sparked at an apartment complex near the corner of Southeast Division Street and Southeast 26th Avenue around 2 p.m. Crews said the fire was reported on two floors of the building and they were evacuating residents as they worked to extinguish the flames.

Officials say that there are no injuries reported and the fire was extinguished in 45 minutes. Additionally, one cat was rescued and reunited with its owner.

Portland Fire said that three to four of the apartments will not be able to be lived in and the occupants will be assisted by the Red Cross or family members. Officials say that the fire started when the flame from a candle made contact with hanging clothing.