Cary homeowners plan for life after fire
Posted June 16, 2013
Updated June 17, 2013
Cary, N.C. — Three families were displaced after a fire tore through four units, one of which was vacant, at Twin Oaks Villas Townhomes in Cary late Sunday.
Homeowner David Collins joined those searching Monday for a clue as to what caused the fire.
"I think it got into the attic and spread through the attic," Collins said.
He said his home showed extended damage from both smoke and water.
"I felt a loss, a sense of loss," Collins said. "I love that house."
He was hoping to get good news from his insurance company as he plans his next move.
"I hope to salvage as much as I can out of it and stay right here in this area," Collins said.
A firefighter was taken to a local hospital with breathing problems, but was expected to be OK. No one else was injured in the fire, which erupted in one of the units shortly after 10 p.m. at 215 Twin Oaks Place.