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      Red Cross helping families displaced by fire

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      The American Red Cross of Northwest Ohio is helping residents displaced by an apartment fire.

      T he blaze happened early Saturday morning at Secor Terrace Apartments on Secor Road.

      T he organization says they're helping 21 families consisting of 30 adults and 16 children with food , clothing, infant supplies, medical needs and temporary shelter.

      F ire officials are still investigating the cause of the fire.

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