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An information hotline has been established for residents and people seeking information on their loved ones who were displaced by the fire at Iconic Village Apartments and Vintage Pads Apartments at 512.754.2291.
Shelter, assistance and donations
The San Marcos Activity Center, 501 E. Hopkins, has been established as a shelter for people displaced by the fire at Iconic Village Apartments and Vintage Pads Apartments. Central Texas Medical Center is providing meals, and the Red Cross is on site.
A family assistance center will be established for people affected by the fire at Westover Baptist Church, 1310 Advance Street.
Donations may be made to the Blanco River Regional Recovery Team at www.br3t.org, clicking “Donate,” and entering the word “Iconic” in the comments.
No information is available on the status of the six people injured in the fire. Officials estimate that approximately 200 residents have been affected by the fire.
Fire operations are ongoing. Once they are complete, the City of San Marcos Fire Marshal’s office will conduct the investigation in conjunction with the State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
Due to runoff from the firefighting efforts into the San Marcos River, the San Marcos River will be closed to swimming and tubing within the City limits.
The early morning apartment fire has injured at least six people and continues to burn as firefighters from San Marcos, New Braunfels and Kyle fight the blaze.
The fire started just before 4:30 a.m. at Iconic Village Apartments at 222 Ramsay St., engulfing one building and moving to a second building. The fire has also damaged one building at Vintage Pads Apartments, located at 1000 N LBJ Drive.
Six people have been transported to area hospitals with conditions unknown at this time.
City officials are advising residents to avoid the area of LBJ, Ramsay and Clark Streets. LBJ is blocked between Younger and Walnut Streets, as are the intersections of E. Bluebonnet and Mandalay; W. Bluebonnet and Walnut; and Clark and Walnut.