A 20-story residential building was ravaged by a spectacular fire in Milan on Sunday, emergency services said without immediately reporting any casualties.

The building located in the southern outskirts of the Lombard capital caught fire in the upper floors around 5.30 p.m. “The flames then spread to the lower levels,” causing thick smoke, the firefighters said on their Twitter account.

About 70 families reside in the building. Rescue workers were working on Sunday evening to contact them to identify any missing people. “Firefighters move from apartment to apartment, breaking down doors to make sure no one is left inside. But we are optimistic because there has been time to get out, “said Milan mayor Giuseppe Sala, as quoted by Il Corriere della Sera.

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