TOLEDO, Ohio — Authorities say a fast-moving fire at an apartment complex has destroyed eight buildings and left more than 100 people homeless.

No injuries have been reported.

Fire officials say the blaze was reported at about 1:30 a.m. Saturday.

Toledo fire assistant chief Luis Santiago says residents of the complex on the city's south side reported that fireworks had been set off in the area just before the fire.

Santiago says the fire spread through the attics of the interconnected buildings.

The Red Cross and Salvation Army have set up a shelter for displaced residents at a nearby high school.