Update 9:30 p.m., Sept. 26: Cinnaminson Fire Chief Bill Kramer said the smoke came from a refrigerator that caught fire at the Cinnaminson Center.
The smoke has been contained, Kramer said, and all 114 residents are safe.
Cinnaminson, Palmyra and Riverton fire companies responded to a call at the Cinnaminson Center around 8:15 p.m. Wednesday after workers there said they smelled and saw smoke.
"The smoke dissipated when we got here," said Cinnaminson Fire Battalion 2 Chief Scott Stavely.
The Cinnaminson Center is located at 1700 Wynwood Drive near the Merion.
A worker there told Cinnaminson Patch she and others smelled smoke and called the department, however no flames were reported.
"At this time, we have found no fire," Stavely said.
Initial breaking news reports said residents of the Cinnaminson Center, a healthcare facility, were being evacuated. Stavely said no residents have been evacuated and if any residents were in the south wing, where the smoke originated, they have been moved by staff.
Fire departments remained on the scene, as well as other emergency workers, to find where the smoke came from.
"It takes a while," Stavely said. "It could be a refrigerator, heater or something else."
We will update this story as more information becomes available.