TYLER, Texas (AP) - Part of a fire-damaged Tyler apartment
complex collapsed as emergency crews worked to put out the blaze.
One person was treated at the scene of the fire that broke out
late Friday morning at the two-story complex. Resident Jason
Gardner told KETK-TV that he cut his hand while trying to grab a
At least eight emergency units responded to the fire that
appeared to damage more than one dozen units.
The cause of the fire is sought.
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