At least eight units, including one belonging to a Fort Worth firefighter, suffered fire, water or smoke damage in the two-alarm fire at the apartment building early Wednesday.
Fort Worth, TX, firefighters battled a two-alarm blaze early Wednesday at an apartment complex. At least eight units were damaged, including one belonging to a Fort Worth firefighter.
A fire damaged eight apartment units in Fort Worth on Wednesday morning, including one that was home to a Fort Worth firefighter.
The fire started around 2:15 a.m. in the 5000 block of Lincoln Oaks Drive in southwest Fort Worth. Firefighters successfully evacuated all the residents after they saw smoke coming from a first-floor apartment, fire officials said.
At least eight units were damaged by fire, water or smoke, officials said. An unknown number of residents were displaced.
No injuries were reported.
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