DALLAS — Dallas firefighters responded to a 3-alarm fire at an apartment complex on Remond Drive Saturday afternoon.
When they got there, officials say firefighters saw fire coming from the front of an apartment building on the first and second floors.
Three people were reported still inside, and firefighters were able to rescue them all. They were were taken to a hospital for evaluation due to smoke exposure and fire conditions inside the building.
As of 2:35 p.m., the Fire-Rescue Department has shifted their focus to putting out the fire since it reached the attic space of the building. All suppression efforts have moved to the building’s exterior with command calling for additional manpower.
Officials say the cause of the fire will be listed as undetermined.