Apartment Building Destroyed After 2-Alarm Fire in North Dallas - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Apartment Building Destroyed After 2-Alarm Fire in North Dallas

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    Apartment Building Destroyed After 2-Alarm Fire in North Dallas

    Several residents were displaced after a fire destroyed an apartment building early Sunday.

    According to Dallas Fire Rescue, at about 12:15 a.m. Sunday, firefighters were dispatched to the Dallas North Apartments at 5557 Alpha Road.

    The two-story apartment building was engulfed in flames, and flames later started to go through the roof.

    After two hours, the fire was extinguished and the building had to ultimately be torn down due to the damage.

    Dallas Fire Rescue was unable to reveal how many people were displaced, but did say four units were impacted by the fire.

    The American Red Cross responded to the scene to help residents, and no one was injured.

    Investigators said they believed the fire began on the ground level, but the exact cause was still under investigation.

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