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Two displaced after Aurora townhouse attic fire

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AURORA, Colo. — Two people were displaced after a fire broke out in a townhouse late Sunday night, the Aurora Fire Department said.

The fire started in the atticc of the townhouse at 12820 E. Pacific Circle. In video posted to Facebook, flames can be seen shooting out of the roof.

Five engines and two ladders battled the fire.

“Firefighters were hampered by fire on both sides of an attic fire wall. Multiple hose lines and ventilation holes were required to control the blaze,” Aurora Fire said on Facebook.

The fire was contained to the attic. There were no injuries.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.


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