Apartment complex fire in Georgetown under investigation, 2 units displaced

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GEORGETOWN, Ky. (WTVQ) – A fire at a 6 unit apartment complex at 402 W Lynn Street this morning has left 2 units in need of relocation with no injuries. The Georgetown Fire Department (GFD) is still determining the cause.

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According to Chief Eric Colson, a call came in shortly before 11 a.m. from 404 W Lynn Street about the fire at the Georgetown Housing Authority Complex. The fire was contained to one of the two-bedroom apartments. There was some smoke and water damage to two or three of the units as well. The GFD was able to extinguish the fire quickly.

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Two of the units are unoccuable and require relocation. The other four apartment units could be reoccupied.

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For the two affected units, the Red Cross was contacted to help the residents. The housing authority will relocate them if they have open units. As of this time, nothing has been established for citizens to help those in need.