Life Care Center of Tullahoma evacuated fourteen residents after a roof fire was reported on Friday night.
When Tullahoma Fire Department crews arrived at Life Care just after 9:15 p.m., flames were visible from an HVAC unit on the roof.
Crews evacuated most of the building because of the fire.
The Tullahoma Fire Department, with assistance from the Manchester Fire Department, was able to put the fire out.
A temporary triage area was set up due to the various medical needs of the patients that were evacuated from their rooms.
Officials said a handful of rooms were affected by smoke and water. Most of the damage came from water used to extinguish the fire.
There were no injuries to patients, staff, or emergency responders, and no patients had to be taken to another facility.
At least nine EMS ambulances from six surrounding counties and the Coffee County Rescue Squad responded to the scene to assist with the evacuation and the possible transport of patients.
Photo from the fire scene on Friday night