The exterior of a four-unit apartment building on Wynne Fork Road is shown Monday, a day after fire damaged the public housing structure. No injuries were reported, but at least 18 people were left homeless by the fire. Peter Williams/the perquimans weekly

The exterior of a four-unit apartment building on Wynne Fork Road is shown Monday, a day after fire damaged the public housing structure. No injuries were reported, but at least 18 people were left homeless by the fire. Peter Williams/the perquimans weekly

Apartment fire in Perquimans leaves 18 homeless

From Staff Reports

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HERTFORD — Fire damaged a public housing apartment building in Hertford Sunday night, leaving four families without a home.

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