ROANOKE, Va. -

WDBJ 7 has learned residents affected by a fire at a local retirement community are home.

Last week, a fire forced dozens out of Friendship Retirement Community.

Fire officials say the fire started on the second floor, but no official cause has been released.

Most residents were allowed back home Sunday night. Those living on the second floor will be home by the end of Wednesday night.

Nearly 30 people were forced to stay in nearby hotels because of the smoke damage. Crews worked around the clock to clean the damage.

A handful of people were treated for injuries.

One woman suffered serious injuries and was flown to the University of Virginia Medical System for treatment. WDBJ 7 told she is alert and doing better but will have a “long road back to recovery.”