2 People Displaced by Fort Lauderdale Fire: Official

Heavy smoke and water damage in one half of a NE 29th Court home has made it inhabitable for now

View Comments (
)
|
Email
|
Print

    NEWSLETTERS

    NBC 6 South Florida
    Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue's headquarters.

    A fire displaced two residents from a single-story Fort Lauderdale home Monday, authorities said.

    Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue responded to the fire at 2101 NE 29th Court, near Oakland Park Boulevard and U.S. 1, at about 11:52 a.m., spokesman Matt Little said in a statement.

    No one was inside when they arrived, but fire in two bedrooms caused heavy smoke and water damage in one half of the 1,400-square-foot home, making it inhabitable for now, Little said.

    Fort Lauderdale Building Under Construction Collapses

    [MI] Fort Lauderdale Building Under Construction Collapses
    A building under construction at South Andrews Avenue and Southeast 6th Street collapsed Wednesday, Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue said.

    Fire officials were investigating the cause of the fires.

    NBC 6 Videos

    RAW VIDEO: Firefighters Battle Blaze at Fort Lauderdale Gas Station

    [MI] RAW VIDEO: Firefighters Battle Blaze at Fort Lauderdale Gas Station
    Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue was battling a gas station blaze on Friday morning. The gas station, located at 1700 Cordova Drive, was in the process of being demolished when the fire erupted.