A trash chute fire at the apartment complex Sunday caused heavy smoke, but no injuries or displaced residents.
The fire ignited at 6:05 p.m. on the sixth floor.
"Some kids threw trash on fire down the chute," said one sixth-floor resident who declined to give his name.
"The came out and the door to the trash room in the basement was really hot, so that led to this," he said gesturing at the parking lot filled with fire trucks and ambulances from Collingswood, Westmont and Gloucester City.
Fire Chief John Amet said the official cause is still under investigation.
"No residents were injured, but there was a lot of smoke on the seventh, eighth, ninth and 10th floors," Amet said.
Crews vented the building. Any residents who left the building were mostly back inside by 7 p.m. and emergency responders began leaving the scene at 7:15 p.m.