A late-afternoon fire Thursday brought more than 60 firefighters to a North Raleigh apartment complex and displaced 10 people, officials said.
The fire at 6830 Highline Street was reported just just after 5 p.m., the fire department said. Investigators determined it was an accident.
It went to two alarms and damaged four apartments in the two-story building, Investigator J.M. Warren said.
Firefighters called the Red Cross to help the displaced residents find shelter.