Crews continue to fix heat at Virginia apartments, residents asked to stay away
DULUTH, MN -- 150 people evacuated from their Virginia apartment buildings Wednesday will have to spend another night away from home as crews continue to try and fix the heat Thursday night.
According to the Virginia Fire Department, people living in the Columbia and Rouchleau buildings were originally evacuated around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday when the heat malfunctioned.
Temperatures were well below zero at the time.
As of Thursday, they said crews have been working around the clock to restore heat.
They said they are not sure when the problem will be fixed.
147 residents and 100 pets were displaced.
Some are staying with family while others are staying in hotels.
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