• Family displaced after fire damages Charlotte home


    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A southwest Charlotte family was left out in the cold Saturday after a fire destroyed the front of their house.

    Firefighters said the fire started in the front of the house on Woodknoll Drive and spread up to the attic.

    "I just, I was getting ready to leave and then in front of me there was this big ball of fire," said Bryan Campos, a neighbor.

    The family was able to make it out of the home safely and arrangements are being made to find them a place to stay tonight.

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