Eleven men and women had been displaced soon after an apartment fire on Drexel Circle on May well 29.
At approximately 1:45, firefighters from the Lexington Fireplace Division responded to a report of a trash can hearth at a duplex apartment on Drexel Circle.
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When they arrived, crews uncovered weighty smoke coming from just one of the flats. Firefighters have been ready to keep the fireplace from spreading to the adjoining condominium, though it did maintain slight smoke hurt.
Officers ended up able to ascertain that all the occupants from the two residences have been capable to vacate the dwelling before hearth crews arrived.
There was a single grownup and four kids in the apartment where the fire began and six inhabitants in the adjoining property.
Both units were considered unsafe to occupy. The inhabitants were assisted by Red Cross and Lexington Housing Authority.
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This report at first appeared on The Dispatch: Eleven men and women in Lexington displaced soon after apartment fireplace about weekend