No injuries in Nags Head fire

By on August 15, 2019

(Nags Head Fire & Rescue Facebook)

At about 10:50 p.m. on Aug. 14, units from Nags Head Fire Rescue, Colington, Kill Devil Hills, Roanoke Island Fire, Dare EMS, Nags Head Police along with Dominion Power, and Nags Head Water Department responded to a dispatched fully involved structure fire in the 200 Block of W. Bays Edge.

First arriving Ladder 16 reported a three-story wooden residential structure with heavy fire showing exterior delta side; The family and pets had self evacuated. The displaced family was provided lodging for the night. No injuries were reported

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