Former residents of Dallas condo still in limbo after deadly fire (TX)

Residents who lost their homes in the deadly 7-alarm Preston Place condo fire are still in limbo as they wait to salvage what’s left of their belongings.  The smell of charred wood lingers around the remains of the condo building, more than a week after the massive fire destroyed all 60 units and killed an 89-year-old woman.   “It was just in shambles, it just looked like a war zone, just awful, it was just burning,” said neighbor, Rebecca Martinez.     Read the article………….


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