IRONWOOD, Mich. — Authorities say a third body has been recovered in the wreckage of a fire in downtown Ironwood in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

Public Safety Director Greg Klecker tells WLUC-TV that he’s not aware of any more missing people. At least three people were injured in the fire, which badly damaged or destroyed two buildings early Wednesday.

No names have been released. One of the buildings had apartments on two floors. Klecker says the fire is considered suspicious until investigators can learn more about the cause.

Ironwood is in the western Upper Peninsula in Gogebic (Go-GEY’-bic) County, 18 miles (29 kilometers) south of Lake Superior.

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