A large hearth destroyed three homes in a high-end Brookhaven subdivision early Friday morning.
DeKalb County officers stated they began receiving calls round 4 a.m. a few hearth at a house in The Arbors at Lenox Park neighborhood. The householders had been out of city when their doorbell digicam alerted them to smoke being detected in its view, assistant hearth Chief Christopher Morrison instructed reporters.
Heavy flames had been pouring out by the point crews arrived, and the fireplace had already unfold to 2 different homes. Households in these houses had been shortly evacuated, and no accidents had been reported, Morrison stated.
“(The houses) turned concerned, mainly, from the radiant warmth,” he stated. “The proximity of the homes, they’re mainly proper subsequent to one another, so it was straightforward for hearth to unfold from one construction to the following.”
Shortly earlier than 4:30 a.m., giant flames had been seen billowing from at the least one of many houses within the gated neighborhood subsequent to Lenox Park and simply outdoors Buckhead. Properties within the space are valued at or simply under $1 million.
The reason for the fireplace continues to be underneath investigation, Morrison stated.
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