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Lightning strike possible cause of apartment fire in Lexington

The fire was in the 1000 block of Cross Keys Road.

Apartment fire displaces family Sunday night

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - A family has been displaced from their apartment after a fire. Lexington Fire Department Major C.J. Haunz says that around 7:45...

Lexington apartment fire under investigation

LEXINGTON, Ky. (ABC 36) - Lexington fire crews were called to an apartment fire at Walnut Hills Apartment Complex on Trent Circle, a little...

Lexington apartment fire leaves one person seriously injured

The fire broke out on Thursday morning and left one person with potentially life-threatening injuries.

Family loses everything in fire, including special needs equipment

Fire investigators are looking into what started an early-morning fire that heavily damaged a Lexington apartment complex. It happened at Walnut Hill Apartments in the 37 hundred block of Trent Circle. Soraya Moberly got a call at 2 Thursday morning. It was the start to a tough piece in an already emotional day. She also had to attend her best friend's funeral.

Adult, child found dead in apartment fire

Firefighters say an adult and a child died in a Kentucky apartment fire that also injured a firefighter.

One dead in Winchester apartment fire; Neighbors share what the saw

Firefighters say the person was found after the fire was put out.

Fire destroys part of Lexington apartment complex

An apartment complex caught fire early Saturday morning.

Versailles community collects donations for apartment fire victims

Community members are collecting donations for families affected by an apartment fire Saturday afternoon.

Flames destroy a portion of apartment complex

Firefighters responded to a call for a fire at an apartment complex around 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

Dog rescued from Lexington fire then revived

Firefighters say the dog was lifeless so they placed a pet resuscitation mask on her.

LPD: Man being evicted sets fire in apartment

Court documents say 52-year-old Robert Shepherd placed a bag full of trash in his kitchen and set it on fire.

Lexington firefighters battle fire at apartment complex

Lexington Fire crews battled a house fire early this morning at a four-plex.

Lexington apartment complex evacuated due to fire

When crews arrived, they found a working fire in the kitchen of a basement apartment.

Crews on scene of fire in Beattyville

Fire crews are on scene of an apartment building fire in downtown Beattyville.

Early morning apartment fire forces evacuations

Firefighters responded to a fire on Legion Drive this morning, which forced residents to evacuate the building.

Lexington apartments evacuated after overnight fire

Police are still investigating the cause of an overnight fire that forced several people to evacuate their apartments.

Richmond firefighters respond to apartment fire

A family is safe following a fire on South Killarney Lane in Richmond.

Families displaced after weekend fire

A fire at an apartment complex on Augusta Drive may have been caused by a water heater.

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