Residents at an apartment complex in Northeast Dallas have been displaced after a 2-alarm fire forced them to evacuate on Sunday.
According to Dallas Fire-Rescue, units responded to a 911 call for a structure fire at an apartment complex, located at 11991 Audelia Road, shortly before 6 p.m.
Officials said when firefighters arrived on location, they saw flames coming through the roof of a large two-story apartment building.
A second alarm response was requested, and crews were able to utilize ground lines and master streams in an effort to put out the blaze, officials said.
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Officials ultimately declared the fire extinguished around 7 p.m.
According to officials, firefighters were able to complete a primary search of the building as most residents had self-evacuated prior to their arrival.
Officials said there were no injuries reported as a result of this fire.
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Information related to the number of units damaged, residents displaced, and what caused the fire is not known at this time, officials said.