4 Dallas firefighters treated for heat after blaze
DALLAS, TX -- Emergency officials say a Dallas resident safely escaped a house fire but four firefighters have been slightly hurt.
Dallas Fire-Rescue spokesman Jason Evans says the four firefighters suffered heat-related issues in the pre-dawn blaze Monday. Evans says all were treated at the scene.
The National Weather Service says temperatures were in the low 80s at the time of the fire, reported around 3:30 a.m. Monday.
Investigators say electrical short in the attic caused the fire. Evans says the home suffered about $125,000 worth of damage.
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