WICHITA, Kan. (AP) About 20 adult residents at a Wichita drug and alcohol treatment center will spend a few days at temporary shelters after a fire damaged the center.
Wichita fire department spokesman Lt. Kelly Zane says no one was injured in Sunday’s fire at the living quarters of the Atishwin Institute. It caused about $25,000 in damage.
Zane says the fire apparently was started by power cords.
The American Red Cross is temporarily providing shelter to the center’s residents.