Bridgeport's oldest condo complex deemed uninhabitable after fire

Fire officials have deemed Bridgeport's oldest condo complex uninhabitable Tuesday, leaving more than 40 residents with no place to go. The Coachlight Square Condominiums was destroyed when a fire ripped

News 12 Staff

May 2, 2006, 5:01 PM

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Bridgeport's oldest condo complex deemed uninhabitable after fire
Fire officials have deemed Bridgeport's oldest condo complex uninhabitable Tuesday, leaving more than 40 residents with no place to go.
The Coachlight Square Condominiums was destroyed when a fire ripped through the complex Monday afternoon. Fire officials say the fire was fueled by strong winds, which caused it to spread throughout the whole building. Residents returned to their condos to pick up any belongings that were not destroyed.
The Red Cross is assisting residents who do not have anywhere to stay. Meantime, fire officials are still investigating what caused the fire.
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