Dallas apartment building collapses amid raging fire
DALLAS, Texas — Firefighters on Wednesday battled a large apartment fire that resulted in a partial building collapse in Dallas, ABC affiliate WFAA reported.
The fire at 11 a.m. was still producing flames and heavy smoke, and at least half of the apartment building appeared to be badly damaged and collapsed. Debris from the building could be seen strewn around the building, as firefighters battled the fire.
The apartment building is located at 5726 Highland Hills Drive, near Bonnie View and Simpson Stuart roads, about one mile west of Interstate 45.
Officials with Dallas Fire-Rescue could not immediately confirm any information about what happened or how the fire started. There was also no information about whether anyone was injured.
Numerous fire vehicles and equipment were on scene as crews worked to put out the fire.
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