WASHINGTON D.C. — Six adults and five of their children were forced to leave their homes after a fire at 2 neighboring buildings in Northwest D.C.
The Fire Department of Washington D.C. and EMS said that there were no injuries in the fire occurred on the 1300 block of North Capitol Street.
It is about 2 blocks north of the intersection of New York Avenue and North Capitol.
The firefighters responded to the scene at about 12 a.m. Monday, there was heavy fire on the roof decks of two four-story dwellings.
The crews of firefighters were capable of confining the blaze to the roof decks and other rooftop storage structures, preventing the fire from moving downward.
The cause of the fire is under an investigation at this moment, as there is no immediate information about the starting of the fire.
Officials are working on the case and will release more information later.
If you have any other additional information about the case and want to share it with authorities, you can contact Washington D.C. Fire Department at (202) 673-3214.