Two years after fire, Austin condo owners still can’t go home (TX)

It’s been 24 months since Denise Hurd has been able to go home.  “It’s really hard to believe,” she said. “It’s been very stressful.”  Next week marks two years since a three-alarm fire ripped through the Dry Creek West Condominiums in northwest Austin. Three firefighters went to the hospital after the second floor collapsed. But after an investigation into what happened and several other delays with construction, homeowners are still waiting to get back into their homes.      Read the article……………..


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