Apartment units 'hollowed out' in Boca Raton By Rachel Leigh | October 1, 2012 at 1:16 PM EST - Updated June 28 at 8:25 AM SUBURBAN BOCA RATON, FL (WFLX) - More than 15 people were evacuated from a suburban Boca Raton apartment building Monday morning after a fire broke out. Palm Beach County Fire Rescue crews were called when the fire broke out around 2 a.m. at Somerset Place, a three-story apartment building at 5614 Wellesley Park Drive. Investigators saw flames and smoke when they arrived at the scene. The fire started on the second-floor balcony, but traveled as embers moved to the first and third floors. Witnesses said they heard popping and a roar around 2 a.m., looked out the window and saw flames. At least two units of the building are hollowed out according to fire rescue officials. At 6 a.m., fire crews were still putting out hot spots and smoke was still billowing from the roof. No one was injured in this fire. The cause is still under investigation. Copyright 2012 WFLX. All Rights Reserved.