Tigerland area apartment fire reportedly displaces multiple people
BATON ROUGE - Sources say a fire broke out at a Tigerland area apartment complex Thursday night.
An eyewitness who says they were displaced by the blaze told WBRZ that a building in Tiger Plaza and Stadium Square Apartments on Alvin Dark Avenue caught fire around 9 p.m. in an incident that left four units damaged and multiple residents displaced.
Apartment managers put the displaced residents up in a hotel for the night.
WBRZ has reached out to officials for more information on the incident, and this article will be updated as additional details are confirmed.
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