No injuries in shelter fire - WNCT

No injuries in Raleigh house fire

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RALEIGH, N.C. -

No one was injured when a shelter for the disabled and homeless when up in flames Thursday night in Raleigh.

A call came in reporting a fire at 6015 Jeffreys Grove School Road around 7:15 p.m.

flames and smoke were visible from the roof when firefighters from the Bay Leaf and Raleigh Fire Departments arrived. Firefighters entered the building but the roof started to collapse. All firefighters made it out of the structure without injury, said Bay Lead Assistant Fire Chief Darrin Holt.

Holt said all of the tenants got out of the building and it is believed the fire started in a bedroom.

The home is a total loss.

The Bay leaf Fire Department and Raleigh Fire Marshall will return to the scene in the morning to begin their investigation.

 

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