SAN ANTONIO, TX – Fire officials in San Antonio responded to an apartment fire that caused significant damage southwest of downtown early Tuesday morning.
According to KENS, the fire was reported at about 1:30 a.m. within the 1700 block of Mayfield Boulevard a few blocks from Pearsall Park.
Authorities believe the fire began outside the building. Aside from that, no further information regarding the cause of the blaze has been released. Ten people were left without a home as a result of the fire. Luckily, no injuries have been reported.
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SAN ANTONIO, TX – According to KSAT, there was an apartment fire on early Thursday morning due to a curling iron left on.
The fire, located at the Baldwin Apartments in the 230 block of Center Street, was reported in at approximately 2:30 a.m.
The fire was the result of a curling iron left near rolls of toilet paper. It was contained to one unit in the building and put out by the sprinkler system. All residents were safely evacuated from the building.
Fire estimated approximately $10,000 worth of smoke, fire, and water damages.
No injuries were reported.
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