St. Anthony Apartment Residents Evicted by Fire
About 125 residents were forced out of a St. Anthony apartment complex in an early Friday morning fire, no injuries occured reported the Pioneer Press.
Firefighters from six cities showed up at the Autumn Woods apartments at 2560 Kenzie Terrace N.E. to battle the flames after an alarm company alerted authorities at 7:10 a.m. reported the Pioneer Press.
No injuries were sustained except a minor one when a firefighter slipped on ice. "It's a good feeling for us," St. Anthony Fire Chief John Malenick told the Star Tribune. "It worked the way it's supposed to."
Cost are expected to reach as much as $1 million dollars, and it is unclear when the residents will be able to return to their homes.
Lang Nelson Associates, who owns and manages the building, is helping residents find homes, as well The American Red Cross is helping three families with food, money and other emergency services while many other residents are staying with relatives reported the Pioneer Press.