News: 2 dogs rescued, occupants of 10 condos displaced after fire in W Austin

AUSTIN, TX – Two dogs were rescued from a condo fire in West Austin this afternoon that led to ten of the units being evacuated, according to CBS Austin.

The fire occurred in the 6000 block of Shepherd Mountain Cove at around 2:07 p.m., and appears to have begun on a third-floor balcony before spreading to the attic.

Emergency crews rescued two dogs from the blaze. There were no reports of injuries from the fire.

The occupants of ten units were displaced due to repairs from the blaze.

Two possible causes of the fire are under investigation at this time.

The blaze caused $500,000 in damage to the structure of the building and $250,000 to its contents.

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