According to Cartersville Fire Department Battalion Chief Ray King, a call to 911 was placed at 10:05 p.m. Tuesday and the first truck arrived on scene four minutes later.
Heavy flames and smoke were visible on arrival, and a total of four trucks and one command unit responded to the call. No injuries were reported, and the cause remains under investigation.
The last truck left the scene at 2:12 a.m. Wednesday, after firefighters were able to save approximately seven units.
"It was a pretty good stop," King said.
Concern was raised again at the apartment complex when an ember showed slight smoke. Firefighters responded a second time, but the ember did not rekindle the blaze.
Bartow County responded to two early morning calls Wednesday.
According to BCFD Capt. Andrew Haygood, firefighters were called about 6:30 a.m. to an Oak Ridge Drive address after an electrical malfunction started a blaze in the attic.
Stations 1, 2 and 5 responded to the call off Grassdale Road, confining the fire and damage to the attic area.
A flash fire at Wendy's, 957 Highway 140, Adairsville, had stations 2, 10 and 15 responding just before 9:30 a.m. The blaze was out on arrival with minor damage reported.
No injuries were reported in either case.