Large Fire Damages Seymour Apartment Building - NBC Connecticut

Large Fire Damages Seymour Apartment Building

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    Families Displaced After Fire at Seymour Apartment Complex

    The fire broke out at the Lynda's Empire apartment complex at 380 South Main Street.

    (Published Sunday, April 15, 2018)

    Firefighters responded to a large fire at an apartment complex in Seymour on Saturday afternoon.

    The fire broke out at the Lynda's Empire apartment complex at 380 South Main Street.

    Firefighters from Ansonia, Bethany and Woodbridge were called to the scene to assist with water tankers because Seymour firefighters had trouble getting adequate water from hydrants to fight the fire, officials said.

    Fire officials said they will investigate the cause of the water problem.

    No residents were injured, but one firefighter suffered a minor injury to his ankle.

    Several residents were displaced by the fire.  The Red Cross was called in to help them find temporary housing.

    Several residents are searching for their missing cats after the fire. Anyone who spots one of these cats should contact Seymour Animal Control.

    Victims of a fire at the Lynda's Empire apartment complex at 380 South Main Street in Seymour are trying to find their cats, which they believe took off running during the confusion of the fire.
    Photo credit: Contributed Photos

    The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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