NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Norfolk Fire-Rescue officials say 20 residents, including 3 children, have been displaced following an apartment fire on July 11.

Officials say the call for the fire came in around 3:45 p.m. in the 6900 block of Sewells Point Road. Following the fire, 17 adults and three children are without a home.

Leland Green and his 11-year-old daughter were left without a place to live. He has lived in the Norview Garden Apartments for 5 years.

He came home from work Monday to find his apartment unit on fire. “Smoke was coming from what looked like the back roof of the building,” Green said.

Green tells 10 On Your Side the fire originated from his next-door neighbor’s apartment.

“That whole wall was gone. The entire ceiling of the living room fell in,” he said.

Fire officials report that eight apartments are deemed “uninhabitable,” three of which sustained fire damage along with smoke and water damage.

According to the Norfolk Fire-Rescue report, Green’s apartment suffered “significant damage from fire extension, head, smoke and water.”

Since the fire, Green said he hadn’t received help from the management company. He did manage to get ahold of one person from Greenbrier Management who is listed as the owner on the fire report. He said they didn’t offer a solution for him and his 11-year-old daughter.

“This happened on the 11th and now it’s like radio silence,” he said. “I also expect some more communication because I have been there for a while.”

10 On Your Side contacted Greenbrier Management and is still waiting to hear back. Green did receive help from the Red Cross. He is currently staying with his dad.

“I am thankful for the $515, but I don’t got anywhere for me or my daughter to stay,” he said.

Green said he is juggling work and looking for a new home.

There were no injuries reported however, one pet cat was found dead following the fire. Two other cats were rescued.

10 On Your Side is still learning more regarding the fire. No further information has been released.

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