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CENTERVILLE, Utah (ABC4) – A woman has died in a Centerville apartment fire that took place Wednesday night.

Authorities with the Centerville Fire District (CFD) tell ABC4 that they responded to a complex in the area of 88 West 50th South at 7:45 p.m. on reports of an active structure fire.

CFD says that when crews arrived on scene, which consisted of roughly 22 firefighters, there was smoke and flames emerging from both the front and back of the complex.

Fire officials note that despite crews’ quick attack and take down, one apartment unit endured significant damage while several others endured smoke damage. Residents of the affected units are expected to be displaced for a few days.

CFD has disclosed that during a brief search of the area, they located one deceased woman in the complex.

Nearby residents, who spoke to ABC4, said the situation was dire.

“It was terrifying, when you have one of those moments when you have 30 seconds to grab what you need and get out, not knowing if my house was going to burn down or not, it was pretty terrifying,” said resident Heather Gray. “Six doors down from me, the flames were coming out the windows and doors.”

“It’s not like how it is in the movies,” said resident Madi White. “One of the windows had blown out, just all this smoke rushing out. The firefighters are kicking the door down in a hurry.”

At this time, the cause of the fire is under investigation with detectives on scene, and the woman’s identity remains unknown.

This is a developing story and ABC4 will provide updates as they become available.