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July 23 2018, 12:05 | Irvin Gilbert
The Racine Fire Department responded to two fires inside homes late Sunday night, December 24th.
Three families were displaced from their Far South side homes Christmas morning after an extra-alarm fire broke out at a Fernwood neighborhood.
Firefighters received a call of a structure fire at about 10 a.m.at a residence in the 2700 block of Lexington Avenue, Merced Fire Battalion Chief Jeremy Franklin said.
Prineville resident Steven Bates, who was leaving a nearby grocery store and saw smoke, went to help and shared video of the intense flames. The three families were given vouchers for housing in hotels, Holmes said, but he was not certain whether they needed additional clothing.