Fires leaves residents out in cold

Fire breaks out at home on Gibbs, apartments on Randolph Boulevard


SAN ANTONIO - San Antonio firefighters responded to a pair or fires early Tuesday morning that left residents out in the cold.

The first fire broke out around 2 a.m. at a home in the 1500 block of Gibbs on the East Side. Firefighters put it out quickly and a couple inside made it out safe.

Fire officials say the fire may have started outside of the house but the cause remains under investigation. No injuries were reported.

About an hour later, San Antonio fire crews responded to another fire at an apartment complex on the Northeast Side.

Units responded to the Amberton Apartments in the 6000 block of Randolph Boulevard just before 3 a.m.

The fire started in the attic of the one the buildings and residents were evacuated.

Fire officials believe the cause of fire could of been electrical. San Antonio fire officials said no one was injured and everyone was allowed back inside.


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