Four families are out of their homes after a fire did major damage to their Beech Street apartment complex in Clarksville.
"It makes me upset especially because it's my first apartment," said Kymber Green. "I put all this money into just getting it. Everything everyone's earned is just destroyed."
A mother to 3-year-old Kylan, Green spent Thursday watching her son play with the caution tape surrounding her apartment and go splashing through the water left by fire crews. Green's son is still smiling despite the melted siding hanging down from the building and children's toys covered in charred boards and ash.
"All my floors and couch and all that is soaked," said Green. "As soon as you go in, you can smell it."
According to Montgomery County fire officials, the blaze ignited in a second floor bedroom early Thursday morning, displacing four families. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. Officials have only confirmed the fire was not electrical.
With no family in the area and no other place to stay, Green said she just needs time to think about what to do next for her little family.
"I don't have too much of a plan B," said Green. "I wasn't expecting this to happen, so I'm not prepared. I guess I've got to just continue on with what I'm doing and hope that this gets better."