New information about this raging fire that engulfed an Arlington Apartment building. More than 20 families are without a home-- They are now questioning whether their building could have been saved. 3 Good evening everyone. The State Fire Marshal is telling us, the apartment building at the River City Landing Apartments, has been condemned... and the damage is well-over a MILLION dollars. The fire happened early Saturday morning. 48 people, including more than a dozen children, were left with just the clothes on their backs. Two people were taken to the hospital because of smoke inhalation... Only one is still hospitalized there tonight. A firefighter also suffered burns to his wrists. A woman who lives across the complex called for help... you can hear just how frantic the situation was in this 9-1-1 call, released to us just today. 3 3 Tonight, some of the victims are questioning whether their possessions could have been saved. They're concerned about the current building codes and the lack of fire hydrants. There's just ONE for the entire complex. Channel 4's Heather Leigh joins us now live from the apartment. Heather, is it okay for this complex to have just ONE fire hydrant? 3 3 Some residents say they're upset that there was only one fire hydrant... and because the building is older, some of its building codes may be grandfathered in which means they may not be up to par with modern day building codes... and fire officials say that is an issue people need to talk with local legislators about. 3 3 about.local legislators need to talk with local legislators about. 3 00-0613-1626-3246-52Lachelle Christian and her husband are trying to figure out what they're next step is in terms of getting back on their feet....SOT: Lachelle Christian, lived in apartment burned down, 07:21, "We lost family pictures and just momentum of things that were very dear to us. We lost it all.You can't get that back."They say they can't understand why the River City Landing Apartment complex, they called home, didn't have more than one fire hydrant... Heather S/U: 0010O4 03:20 "According tot he Jacksonville Fire and rescue department, red hydrants are privetly owned which means its up to the complex to take care of them and make sure they are properly maintained. Yellow hydrants on the other hand, are owned and operated by JEA."The JFRD says businesses and complexes aren't required to have fire hydrants...SOT: Tom Francis, Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department, 46:58 "We'd be a very poor fire department if we required all of the perfect scenarios to be present every time a dispatch to a structure fire took place, one of the reasons why we always bring water to the party on our own."JFRD says the complex is older... and some of the older building codes have been grandfathered in...For example, modern building codes require fire walls between each unit that reach all the way through the roof and attic.SOT: Tom Francis, Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department, 45:17 There is no mandatory disclosure so in other words, the renter is not necessarily going to be informed of exactly what kind of building they're looking at, for example the fire wall is up to date with today's modern code."SOT: Lachelle Christian, lived in apartment burned down, 08:19, "I'm very shocked about that. If I knew, had any idea that that was like that, I don't think I would have moved out there." 3 Fire officials say the lesson from this unfortunate incident is to ASK questions when looking at a new place...in order to make an informed decision... We're live tonight, hL, Ch 4 TLS. Heather, are there any codes that CAN'T be grand-fathered in?