LANCASTER, Pa. — The cause of a fire at a Pennsylvania resort is still undetermined, and officials are still trying to estimate the cost of the damage.

The blaze badly damaged a villa at the Eden Resort in Lancaster County on Tuesday. The guests were evacuated safely. One firefighter was taken to a hospital after being hit by debris but has since been released.

A fire official tells LNP newspaper that a state police fire marshal surveyed the damage Wednesday but was not able to determine a cause.

The fire did not damage any other buildings at the resort, which continues to operate as normal.

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