Dozen Left Homeless by Dallas Apartment Fire

By Jeff Smith
|  Tuesday, Aug 6, 2013  |  Updated 9:31 AM CDT
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A dozen Dallas residents, including several small children, are without a home after an early morning apartment fire.

Jeff Smith, NBC 5

A dozen Dallas residents, including several small children, are without a home after an early morning apartment fire.

A dozen Dallas residents, including several small children, are without a home this morning after an early-morning apartment fire.

Dallas firefighters battled the flames at the Prince Hall Apartments on Dixon Avenue at about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday.

No one was injured in the fire.

Several units were gutted by the flames. At least two units are destroyed and several others have smoke and water damage.

Charred furniture, clothes, and even children's toys were thrown across the front yard. The Red Cross is helping the displaced families get emergency assistance.

Firefighters are still investigating how the fire started.

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