Lindsay fire victims return home
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- South Valley residents return to their homes after a fire forced them to evacuate Saturday.
People at the apartment complex on Honolulu and Mirage streets in Lindsay were forced to leave after an apartment caught fire and spread to the second floor of the complex. 50 elderly people were told to evacuate. Most of the building had extensive water damage.
Residents were bussed from an evacuation center back to the apartments. The American Red Cross handed out boxed dinners and Red Cross debit cards to help with food expenses as they move back home.
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