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Fires break out at two apartments in Charlotte

Conway Avenue fire (Dwayne McFalls/WBTV) Conway Avenue fire (Dwayne McFalls/WBTV)
Conway Avenue fire (Dwayne McFalls/WBTV) Conway Avenue fire (Dwayne McFalls/WBTV)
Ashley Circle fire (Jordan Sawyers/WBTV) Ashley Circle fire (Jordan Sawyers/WBTV)
Ashley Circle fire (Jordan Sawyers/WBTV) Ashley Circle fire (Jordan Sawyers/WBTV)
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -

Fires broke out at two separate apartment buildings in southwest Charlotte Saturday afternoon.

According to the Charlotte Fire Department, one fire broke out in the 4300 block of Ashley Circle.

Fire crews said flames were visible as they were working to put the fire out.

CFD said that a juvenile admitted responsibility for intentionally starting the fire.

There's no word of injuries or severity of damage at the apartment.

Another fire broke out in the 4100 block of Conway Avenue.

Fire crews said the incident was under control in 23 minutes and no injuries were reported.

CFD said the accidental fire started in the kitchen and caused $25,000 worth of damages. Red Cross assisted at least one family.

No further information has been released.

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