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Fire burns two units of Murray apartment



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(KSL News) A fire in Murray forced the evacuation of two apartments last night.

Around 10:30 last night, fire crews responded to a small apartment complex near 1300 East and 5600 South to find flames and smoke coming from the roof. The fire had started in one unit and spread to the attic of another, but firefighters were able to quickly get it under control.

Investigators aren't sure of a cause yet but say the fire was accidental. It caused about $250,000 damage.

No one was injured, and the Red Cross is providing help for the residents of the two units.

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