No Injuries In Dallas Assisted-Living Center Fire

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

Dallas Fire-Rescue says there were no injuries from a fire at a Dallas assisted-living center that led to the evacuation of residents.

Dallas Fire-Rescue spokesman Jason Evans tells The Dallas Morning News that the damage from Sunday's fire appeared to have been limited to one room and part of the attic above. He says the smoke damage will be more extensive.

He said residents of The Bentley wouldn't be allowed back into their rooms immediately because the building's electricity was still shut off.


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