9 units still under evacuation order after Clearwater (FL) condo fire

“We had, I bet, 15-20 trucks here. It was a nightmare,” said Art Cornwall, who lives in the same complex and saw it all happen.  “Most of these people had family in the area and they were going to be visiting, they had Christmas decorations and toys. It was very much a setback,” said Cornwall.   Read the article…………


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