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Fire destroys an apartment complex in Green BaySubmitted: 04/28/2015
GREEN BAY - 70 people need a new place to stay after a fire at a Green Bay apartment complex.

All residents of the Sand and Sun apartments evacuated safely.

The fire broke out about 2:30 Tuesday morning.

Firefighters call the apartment building a total loss.

The fire apparently started in the basement.

The Red Cross has set up a shelter in an elementary school gym.

About 35 people were at the shelter early Tuesday.

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