Police investigate emergency evacuation in cbd #DallasFire pic.twitter.com/R7fE4ZySxw — WFAA-TV (@WFAA) September 5, 2016
At the scene, residents said authorities had evacuated two houses with a large number of people and they were not allowing anyone to leave.
Dallas firefighters also are searching for a female passenger in a minivan they believe was traveling with the passenger. Authorities don’t believe she is a victim.
Witnesses at @DallasMetroEMS evacuating Dallas-area. One passenger at the front passenger door has been identified as a woman — Lisa G. Johnson (@LindaBJohnson1) September 5, 2016
Witnesses said a man with two children was trapped inside a house. He was taken to the hospital.
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The woman, whom officials identified as a woman in her 30s, suffered minor injuries in the fire, Orr said.
Witnesses said the house was packed. People are told to leave. No more information available. — Julie Stewart (@juliewstewart) September 5, 2016
It is too early to tell if there is any possibility of any fatalities or injuries, officials said.
It was not immediately clear if more evacuations are planned in the area.
« As a precaution, Dallas police is working in the area to assist those individuals that have been affected by the recent fires, » said Dallas police Lieutenant Mike Chiaveroni.
Several media and social media outlets from around the U.S. were quick to offer support for residents affected by the massive wildfires.
One man, who went by the name Austin P., said he was « sick » to death of the heat and fire.
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There is a #DallasFireTribute GoFundMe page available to help the victims and their families. https://t.co/vFbxJz6I4F — Dallas EMS (@DallasEMS) September 5, 2016
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