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UPDATE: The LAFD confirms to E! that two dogs were recovered from the fire. One dog was deceased. The owner, which hasn't been confirmed to be Greene, took possession of both dogs.

Meanwhile, the West Hollywood Sheriff's office confirms that a candle initially started the fire. The fire was contained to the one unit and is still under investigation.


Ashley Greene's West Hollywood condo caught fire earlier today.

While Los Angeles County Fire Department spokesman could not say that the apartment at the Granville Towers belonged to the Twilight actress, a source confirms to E! News that it is indeed Greene's place.

The LAFD spokesman confirmed that three people complained of injuries and were treated on the scene. The individuals were told that they should go to the hospital, but chose not to.

Ashley Greene, Apartment Fire; ascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

The LAFD confirmed there were two dogs inside when the fire occurred; however, the status of the dogs' health is not yet known.

In photos from inside Greene's third-story condo, smoke damage can be seen covering the walls while debris is scattered around the floors. There's also smoke damage on the outside of the building where smoke escaped from the windows. What caused the apartment fire is still unknown.

While we're not totally sure if the 26-year-old star was home during the incident, Greene is in town. Just last night, she taped an episode for Daniel Tosh's Comedy Central clip show Tosh.O.

Details are still coming in; more updates to come...

—Reporting by Marcus Mulick and Holly Passalaqua

(Originally published on Mar. 22, 2013, at 1:04 p.m. PT)

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