Irving Fire Displaces Families

Fire forces four families from their homes.

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    Heavy smoke and damage after a two-story apartment fire breaks out in Irving.

    An apartment fire in Irving injured one person and made four families homeless on Sunday evening.

    The blaze broke out around 5:30 p.m. at the Broadmoor Villas Apartments in the 5000-block of Courtside Drive. 

    Firefighters had to pull one woman to safety. She was given oxygen at the scene but was not transported to the hospital.

    Irving Fire Causes Injury And Damage

    [DFW] Irving Fire Causes Injury And Damage
    Heavy smoke and damage after an apartment fire breaks out in Irving.

    One resident told NBC 5 that she lost her beloved pet of 11 years.

    The American Red Cross is assisting the four families who were left homeless by the fire.

    The Irving Fire Department said 50 firefighters helped bring the blaze under control.

    Investigators are still looking for the cause of the fire.