AUSTIN, TX – According to Austin Fire Department, there was a fire outbreak at a storage facility at 8227 N. Lamar on September 13, 2021 at about 9:56 A.M.
This crash is still under investigation. We will monitor for new information as it becomes available.
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AUSTIN, TX – One individual has been injured following a fire in a duplex located in Central Austin on June 1st, according to Fox Austin.
The fire ignited at a duplex living building on Bailey Lane near West 39 1/2 Street at approximately midnight.
Three people were in the duplex during the fire. All of them were able to evacuate the home on time, except for one individual that was hospitalized with potentially serious injuries.
The cause of the fire is unclear and under investigation.
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BUDA, TX (HAYS COUNTY) – One woman died in a house fire in Buda early Friday morning, according to the San Marcos Corridor News.
The fire occurred before 6:20 a.m. at the 400 block of Overlook Mountain West, according to Buda Fire and Emergency Services.
The home was fully engulfed by fire by the time emergency crews arrived at the scene.
One female victim was found unresponsive within the building and was taken to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
The fire was contained around 8:20 a.m. Its cause will continue to be investigated by the Buda Fire Department and Hays County Fire Marshall.
Kyle Fire Department and Manchaca Fire Department assisted in containing the blaze.
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