The good news that Friday night’s fire at the Woodlawn Apartments on Frontgate Drive left no humans killed or injured was balanced by the sight of displaced residents struggling to pull their lives together. Cleanup efforts continued Tuesday at the apartment complex where eight units were destroyed by fire Friday night and several others damaged, leaving dozens of residents homeless.
disaster restoration services will work on the rebuilding and restoration
processonce the fire investigation is
completed, said company partner Al Joyner.
brick edifice will first have to be checked for structural integrity. Heat from
a fire like this can crystallize sand and brick, making it unstable,” Joyner
said. From The Daily Reflector.