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More than a dozen tenants displaced after fire at Kentville apartment complex

More than a dozen tenants are displaced after a fire broke out in Kentville, N.S.
More than a dozen tenants are displaced after a fire broke out in Kentville, N.S. File / Global News

Over a dozen people are receiving temporary lodging after a fire damaged several apartments in Kentville, N.S., Tuesday morning.

The Canadian Red Cross says the blaze was reported around 10:15 a.m. at 36 Parkview Road.

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The Red Cross says they’ve provided seven people with emergency lodging, food and other basic needs.

Tenants of other apartments in the three-storey building have made their own arrangements.

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There’s no word yet on the extent of the damage or what caused the fire.

 

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