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February 1, 2013

Two people are injured in South Central Avenue blaze


Somerset —

About a dozen residents of the apartment building were displaced, and taken over to the Rocky Hollow facility on that street to get them out of the cold. Red Cross is working with public safety director Tiger Robinson to put the residents up at a local motel until other arrangements can be made.
Somerset Police, the city electric company, gas department and streets department, Somerset-Pulaski EMS, and the state fire marshal assisted at the scene.

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