Fire in Douglasville apartment building leaves 25 people homeless

In Douglas County, an apartment complex was devastated by a fire, leaving 25 individuals in need of alternative accommodations. The American Red Cross has stepped in to assist with finding new places for these affected individuals to live.

It is still unknown what caused the fire at the Douglasville Proper Apartments located on Chicago Avenue in Douglasville. The investigation is ongoing and updates will be provided as soon as they become available.

City officials reported that the fire ignited shortly before 5 p.m. As the fire department worked to extinguish the flames, Strickland Drive at Chicago Avenue was temporarily closed to traffic.

According to Channel 2 Action News, the Red Cross has announced that they are currently offering comfort kits to families affected by the recent events. Additionally, they are providing aid and support in the form of recovery planning.

We are diligently investigating the cause of the fire and the situation surrounding the apartment complex at Channel 2 Action News. We aim to gather more information and provide our viewers with the latest updates on the incident.

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