LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Fire crews extinguished a fire early Saturday morning at the Galt House Hotel.
Officials said they were called to the Galt House shortly after 5 a.m. after smoke was reported on the twenty-third and twenty-fourth floors.
Louisville Fire Chief Gregory Frederick said crews found flames coming out of a mechanical room on the 23rd floor. After extinguishing the flames, Frederick said the next step was ventilating the hotel and checking for extensions and hot spots.
The old Galt House side of the hotel was affected by the fire, officials said. All rooms above the 21st floor were vacant at the time of the fire.
The fire was categorized as a two-alarm fire which means they firefighters called for extra equipment.
No injuries were reported
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