Arlington Fire Displaces 15 People

Fire breaks out as temperatures hover near the mid-90's.

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    TK
    NBC 5
    An apartment fire damaged two units in South Arlington on Saturday.

    Firefighters in South Arlington battled an apartment fire on one of the hottest days so far in 2012.

    Investigators are trying to find the cause of a fast moving blaze at the River Oaks Apartments.

    The flames broke out Saturday at 2:00 p.m. in the 4900 block of Tree Crest Drive near I-20.

    Firefighters said the fire started in a second story apartment. It was contained to two units. The American Red Cross DFW said an additional four units have smoke and water damage.

    In a Twitter message, the Red Cross said that it will be helping 15 people "with a new start" after the fire.

    No one was injured.  The temperature hit 94 degrees at the time of the fire.